[NAMM] Washburn Guitars brings back the Princess
Washburn Guitars brings back an old friend with the re-release of the P4 Princess, one of Washburn's popular models from the '90s.
Built in the USA Custom Shop, the P4 features a solid mahogany body with a carved, bound maple top, and a mahogany neck with a bound ebony fingerboard and pearl teardrop inlays.
The hardware includes a chrome TonePros Tune-O-Matic bridge with Schaller tailpiece and Grover 18:1 chrome tuners.
Two Seymour Duncan '59 pickups are controlled by 1 volume and 1 tone knob and a 3-way toggle switch. The Buzz Feiten Tuning System ensures accurate intonation all the way up the fingerboard.
The P4 is available in Tiffany Blue and Silver Sparkle. Suggested Retail Price is $5,332 with hardshell case.
Visit www.washburn.com for more information.
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