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  • Wilf-jzWilf-jz

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    Washburn WD160SWPublished on 03/06/14 at 14:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar made in China

    Dreadnough form

    Table and massive funds, respectively cedar and mahogany

    Channel Profile C, not too thick

    20 frets

    Grover, holding impeccable agreement: I do retunes rarely, it does not move.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle features a tuss rod is satin finish, it glides well.
    I needed a few adjustments at the beginning, the Nut is a little high,
    it was difficult to press agreements early round.
    But after adjustment, everything is back in order.

    Access to acute is typical of what you would expect from a dreadnough form:
    almost impossible (except with unimaginable contortions) to fetch a note beyond the 15th box.

    Despite the table and the ma…
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    Guitar made in China

    Dreadnough form

    Table and massive funds, respectively cedar and mahogany

    Channel Profile C, not too thick

    20 frets

    Grover, holding impeccable agreement: I do retunes rarely, it does not move.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle features a tuss rod is satin finish, it glides well.
    I needed a few adjustments at the beginning, the Nut is a little high,
    it was difficult to press agreements early round.
    But after adjustment, everything is back in order.

    Access to acute is typical of what you would expect from a dreadnough form:
    almost impossible (except with unimaginable contortions) to fetch a note beyond the 15th box.

    Despite the table and the massive funds, the weight is reasonable.

    SOUNDS

    The sound of this guitar is powerful and is in my opinion a good balance between
    bass and treble.
    The first thing that struck me when I tried this guitar is the bass stood out well.
    The massive table is probably for something.

    In addition, when you attack a little, the restored volume is quite impressive.
    I play a little of everything, but I'm particularly a fan of acoustic songs by Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd (Animals) for which this guitar suits me perfectly.
    Generally, picking the pieces go very well: low last and accompanying acute, giving good spaciousness to the sound.

    That's fine with me, some may find it lacks treble.
    It's probably a matter of taste, perhaps ropes.
    I currently use DR 11-52, but I'm not about to have
    LE found set of strings that allows me to make the most of this guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this guitar since 2011.

    I have long eyed the side of the Yamaha APX, Takamine, and Ibanez. All in cutaway electro acoustic wholes. So obviously the sound of that washburn has nothing to do with what I tried this time.

    I tried several other guitars in store before literally flash on the sound of it. Satin slips perfectly round, massive table gives a good sustain serious notes.

    The set is unadorned: inlays "points" on the button, no pickguard (in my case as best I find it hideous), forget
    sunburst finishes etc..
    But the finish is smooth, and gives the impression of an instrument designed to last.

    The price / quality ratio (bought 400 euros) is reasonable. I flashed on the sound of this guitar, and I still, after three years to take the same pleasure to play on. So yes, I would do this choice.
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