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  • Washburn WI65 ProPublished on 11/02/07 at 03:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    2 Seymour Duncan pickups; 59 vintage and custom-custom
    Fixed bridge
    Beautiful finish. The natural wood look is both a class and dpouill.
    The handle is relatively thin, not too flat. Perfect.

    USE

    The sleeve, as I said, is thin enough, not too flat. While it feels immediately at home.
    It is not varnish. I do not find it very fast, but I have suits me very well.
    21 frets.
    Sound: everything is. for a guitar of this price, it's downright exeptionnelle. 2 real microphones and split gradually. We thus obtain an infinite palette of sounds.
    Distortion, it is very aggressive, which is surprising given the rather demure look of the beast. With a tube amp, it's really great.
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    2 Seymour Duncan pickups; 59 vintage and custom-custom
    Fixed bridge
    Beautiful finish. The natural wood look is both a class and dpouill.
    The handle is relatively thin, not too flat. Perfect.

    USE

    The sleeve, as I said, is thin enough, not too flat. While it feels immediately at home.
    It is not varnish. I do not find it very fast, but I have suits me very well.
    21 frets.
    Sound: everything is. for a guitar of this price, it's downright exeptionnelle. 2 real microphones and split gradually. We thus obtain an infinite palette of sounds.
    Distortion, it is very aggressive, which is surprising given the rather demure look of the beast. With a tube amp, it's really great.
    Ergonomics: it is very trslgre a rgal. I think it stings a little nose, but nothing nasty.

    SONORITS

    It's really versatile, so I think everyone can find a sound.
    I used it with a marshall amp lamps. A rgal, plain as saturated ... especially saturated.
    What sound I dteste ??? No why?

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I used qques month and I sold it. Not because she did not like it, but because I have even better ... but much more expensive. gloups !!
    Waiting for the opinion of the new owner.
    What I liked least? His tendency nosedive.
    The best: sonorits The tural versatility, the handle, the lightness look ....
    report qualitprix, I would say the exeptionnel. I see no better this time.
    It was worth 510 euros new, now in the 300/350 Cygnus. If this is your budget, skip it.
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  • Washburn WI65 ProPublished on 02/16/09 at 05:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mahogany body and set neck
    Rosewood
    Micro seymour duncan
    Grover 18:1

    UTILIZATION

    Channel EXCELLENT, good access to treble.
    Guitar very slight but stings a bit of nose (problem solved with a wide leather strap)

    SOUNDS

    It sends its level of fat (Seymour + mahogany forces), from blues to metal there's no worries all passes.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 10 months and I'm delighted, the price / quality ratio is excellent, I bought € 560, I do it again this choice without hesitation.
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