Washburn T24

Washburn T24

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T24, 4-string bass guitar from Washburn in the Taurus series.

3 user reviews
Prices starting at $599 Average price: $624

Washburn T24 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Washburn
  • Model: T24
  • Series: Taurus
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/02/2006

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Washburn T24 user reviews

Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 3 reviews )
 2 reviews67 %
 1 user review33 %
Audiofanzine FR12/14/2008

Audiofanzine FR's review

Washburn T24
(Originally written by Adx star/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Everything has been already said... Very good machine heads, passive ABT JJ Washburn pickups and rosewood fingerboard.

Good finish. I like it a lot.


Very pleasant neck and in spite of other opinions I don't find it too thick! Yes, it's thick but not too wide so playing it represents ABSOLUTELY no problem. It's not comparable with Ibanez, Cort and others... The overall manufacturing quality of the instrument is good. The access to upper frets is not a problem. Regarding the sound... simply use good amps...

The weight is ok. Try a 5-string Stingray or a BTB 400QM and you'll immediately notice the difference...


This bass is not conceived for slapping, that's for sure. There are others bass guitars much better suited for that. But it's good for jazz, rock, ... It's difficult to say which music style fits this instrument better... It depends on the amp, the strings, etc.

I decided to put flat wound strings on it. I play it with the following amps: Gallien-Krueger 700RBII, Traynor YBA200 and BASSPOD XT LIVE + QSC USA. I'm impressed by the sound of this bass no matter which amp I use. The frequency control is very accurate and the bass produces a nice and fat low-end. I give it an 8 for the sound!!! It's an ideal bass for solos since you can move pretty easily along the neck.


I don't really understand some reviews. It's one of the last instruments of my collection that I would sell... I love the finish and the neck-through body. I know the pickups are no revelation, but considering what other instruments have to offer, it's nothing to be ashamed of. It's also a quite rare model and I like its personality. You must play it smoothly to enjoy its neck (and flat wound strings are the perfect complement).

I'm a collector so I've tested lots of other bass guitars and there is no need to compare it with a Fender, a Music Man, an Ibanez BTB, a Washburn or a Hondo All Star. Every instrument has its own personality, ergonomics, pickups, etc. The most important thing is to enjoy playing them.

I bought it secondhand and I WON'T SELL IT!!!

sixkaflower's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Washburn T24
Low enough to form singulire
Two microphones ABT SERIES Jazz Bass type
rosewood fingerboard
Mahogany body
24 frets
2 volumes
2 Tone
mcaniques grover
Plutt notament average finish at the frets and the neck joint / body which is nevertheless a neck-


Channel enjoyable although a bit large for a jazz bass, for example.
Access in an acute very easy join the handle / body low enough
By weight against a consquent but hey it's not a bass guitar
As against the body is well done plutt o good ergonomics, horn suprieur although not large in any way the game ESG

For my part I put all the knobs up to o so I just drop the neck pickup so for me it's easy!


For once the good is a bit weak point of this low (as given that it damages its use Premire ^ ^)!
The sound is not prcis and lacks personality. The sound works well in a rock and hard rock style, to be a low prcis made much better at mdiator jou.
I use it with ropes to a 45/105 for the slightly less fat and more prcis.

As against the strength of this bass is the neck-through, which is rare in plutt this price range! He brings a great sustain all and that's what makes this bass I find a bit suprieur its competitors in a same range.

I put 5 for the neck-


I have been using one and a half years and I like it very much despite his imprcis trs.
Well it's a good bass for beginners, enjoyable fingers, good mcaniques, a neck-a plutt prices down to a low of this range (I got it for 350 euros) .

the +
- Neck-
- Mcaniques grover
- I would say for me the look! APRS but it's got a question

the -
- His drooling
- Average finishes

APRS I do not know may be that by changing the pickups on this bass redcouvre but I have not done so I do not get me on that.
For my part I would do this choice because it is low, I think, ideal for beginners. The relatively low price and the neck-is really a sacred asset.
Adx star12/14/2008

Adx star's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Washburn T24
Dj's all said above .... Trs mcanismes good, passive pickups Washburn ABT JJ and rosewood fingerboard.
It is well finished plutt trs. I really like.


The handle is trs enjoyable and contrary to other opinions, it is not too big!?! It is a little off but not pais and absolutely no problem to play, quite the contrary. No comparison with Ibanez and Cort and others .... It Yadji good Lutherie therein. Access in acute and no problem for her .... we must begin by using good amps ....
The weight is reasonable. Try a Stingray 5 string or a BTB 400QM and see the diffrence ....


This does not fit too low for a game Slap is sr, there are others that are better adapted, but no concern for the Jazz, Rock .... Still difficult to assess what kind of music because all of the amp dpend use, rope climbs etc. ....
For my part, I set up nets ropes course. I use it on Gallien-Krueger 700RBII, Traynor YBA200 or even BASSPOD XT LIVE + QSC United States and every time I tonn sound it brings. The CONTRL of frquences for micro plutt is made and gives good sound much fat, especially playing at the bottom of the handle o the treble is not Criar. For me anyway, I put 8 in the sound! It is a low idalie for fans of solos because we dplace very easy on the handle.


I remain puzzled about some opinions but for me, it's one of low dernires my collection that I sell. I love the finish and the neck-through. The pickups are not the rvlation the century but when you see what you find on some low, they did not blush. A model is also somewhat aware of and I like his personality. You have to play with finesse to handle apprcier his nets and ropes courses provide a perfect complementarity to a.
I have tried many other basses because in fact I collect, but useless to compare a Fender with a Music Man or an Ibanez BTB with a Washburn or Hondo All-Star. Each of its personality, its ergonomics, its microphones, etc ... The important thing is to enjoy playing with each.
I bought used, I DO NOT sell it!

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