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Washburn Unveils New Resonator Series

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Acoustic-electric 12 string guitar from Washburn .

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Washburn Guitars announces the addition of the Resonator Series to their line of Folk/Bluegrass instruments.

The  new guitars include the R15R and the R15S acoustic resonators, along with their  acoustic/electric counterparts, the R15RCE and the R45RCE.

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R15S                            R15R                         R15RCE                       R45RCE

 

 

All four of these instruments feature a spider-bridge and a single cone resonator design. In addition, all four guitars feature chrome die-cast tuning keys. The R15S features a square neck design, for lap/horizontal playing with a slide, while the remainder of the series feature standard necks. The acoustic/electric versions embody a single F-hole. All the resonator guitars feature 19-fret rosewood necks  with dot inlays.

 

The  acoustic-electric resonators feature a single coil neck pickup with 1 volume and  1 tone knob. Each have a single-cutaway body to facilitate upper fret access. Resonator Series guitars feature mahogany tops, backs and sides with the exception of the R45 RCE which features a flame maple top, back and sides.

 

Pricing and Availability:

The Resonator Series will be available  from $712.90 to $890.90.

 

For  more information on Washburn Guitars, visit www.washburn.com.

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