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  • FkkFkk

    Washburn D84SWPublished on 05/19/05 at 08:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's a guitar made in the United States in Chicago
    Each guitar is unique
    Mine does not have the same grip on the photo
    There are 20 frets is at the junction 14, Classical (for acoustics)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very pleasant it looks like that of an electric: the dime 333 (not USD). The handle has a V-shaped in serious swells in the treble.
    The V for those who are not used, it can be annoying at first, but very quickly it will limit the effort.
    The handle is a piece of wood is that specifies the characteristics ds (koa rosewood or I do not know), the rosewood fingerboard in ebony with an outline, and yeah!
    If you think that weight is a criterion, I can tell you that…
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    It's a guitar made in the United States in Chicago
    Each guitar is unique
    Mine does not have the same grip on the photo
    There are 20 frets is at the junction 14, Classical (for acoustics)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very pleasant it looks like that of an electric: the dime 333 (not USD). The handle has a V-shaped in serious swells in the treble.
    The V for those who are not used, it can be annoying at first, but very quickly it will limit the effort.
    The handle is a piece of wood is that specifies the characteristics ds (koa rosewood or I do not know), the rosewood fingerboard in ebony with an outline, and yeah!
    If you think that weight is a criterion, I can tell you that it is light, even slightly.
    For acoustic guitars, the weight just be a criterion for the sound: the more internal reinforcements are rugged, more work is fine and the sound is fine. It's the lightest I've tried (between Lakewood, Larrivee, Takamine, Martin)

    SOUNDS

    In terms of sound there are no words to describe it, it's a real dessert.
    I've been playing for 7 years of elec guitar and I do not think the level to maximize the sound of this guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    There is a point which I do not speak it is the case, then the other hand it means. The case is ABS I believe, so it is brittle, not very strong. The interior is nickel, but the material is really external to the stew. But it's not good letui we play, so I give my notes for the guitar.
    If you still want to talk about value for price on this type of product (you would be willing to make concessions !!!), I'll give you a tip: try the Takam .. of a Japanese 1800 E Mart and big ... a guitar and then the 3500 E Washburn ...
    You will can be the same choice as I
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