This little guitar has a rosewood neck, 22 frets, and two bumbuckers.
This is a nice little light guitar that I wouldn't mind taking anywhere to jam. The only minor sticking point is that the last frets on those higher notes are just a tad close togehter. Not good for the larger fingers. But that just goes along with the 3/4 scale guitar. But I just love this Washburn. I
I run this Washburn through a Peavey "Stereo Chorus 212". I am wanting a Line 6 212 Amp with all those extra effects....fun to play with, and would sound great with this guitar with it's double humbuckers. Love that metal distortion!
I like the fact that this guitar is well made, and will last for years. The only minor downside is that the high note frets are a tad close together, but that's only because of the 3/4 size. It's all good!!
I bought this one www.musiciansfriend.com for $119.00 US, although now i find its only $99...
This guitar was an easy choice for its price and look. When i got it, i was very satisfied w/ my off-handed decision to buy myself an electric guitar online, my first.
The body is original, not a strat clone.
Sound is great with dual humbuckers.
Sometimes it takes a little to get in a "comfortable" position to play it sittin down, but that problem has been solved.
Great construction and durability for its price.
Great guitar w/ LOW PRICE and good sound. If u rnt a rich bastard, u should look into this guitar if ur a beginner/intermediate player. Definitely better than some Squier junk guitar.