What do you think of Washburn X30, X33, X200 and D200? I'm choosing between these four right now and I can't decide. They all sounded perfect for me. The thing that's weird about them is that I can't see what material are they made of (I read, that mahogany and basswood are the best). I hope you can help me out in this difficult situation, because reading the reviews didn't help: they all say the guitar it's about is the best.
Thank you!

D200: http://www.dv247.com/invt/44677/
X200: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/reviews/electric_guitars/washburn/x200_pro-e/index.html
X33: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/reviews/electric_guitars/washburn/x33/index.html
X30: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/reviews/electric_guitars/washburn/x30/index.html
i have the d200 pro e.
i love this guitar, i think its made out of agathis.
the machine heads are also great, once its in tune it never seems to go out of tune
3: Thou shalt not buy a guitar made of a crap wood (agathis, plywood, etc.).

And what do we read from the sticky ?
I would but the one of the 1st 2 for metal, and the 3rd for blues or w/e

but the x50pro is good too
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Quote by Amarant
Is hardwood good?

Hardwood = Agathis / Plywood, something shit.
Just read that the X200 is made out of Alder, sounds pretty nice.
This guitar is growing on me.. Might get one.

Short fact about Alder for you who don't know 'bout it.

"Alder is popular as a material for electric guitar bodies. It is used by many guitar makers, notably the Fender Guitar Company, who use it on top quality instruments such as the Stratocaster and Jaguar. Alder provides a brighter tone than other woods (such as mahogany), and as alder is not a particularly dense wood it provides a resonant, well-rounded tone with excellent sustain. Alder is also occasionally used to make harps, although this is a rarity."

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