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  • DjCaylusDjCaylus

    Washburn WP130SPublished on 10/24/13 at 04:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    STYLE: "PARLOR"
    Top: Solid Sp
    SIDE & Back: Rosewood
    FINISH: Antique black tobacco sunburst
    Neck: Mahogany
    Inlays: Pearl Inlay at 12th Anniversary blocks/130th freight
    Rosette: Pearl
    Bridge: Rosewood butterfly
    TUNERS: Chrome <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.diecastmodelswholesale.com" target="_blank">diecast</a><span style="position: absolute;"></span><span style="position: absolute;"></span>

    Nuts bone.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super nice that grows picking.

    Body style "Parlor" thus reduced dimention + + + + + + Ergonomic

    Access to acute, junction with the body at the 12th fret, so limited.

    The sound is typically "Parlor", with more pronounced mids. A sound…
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    STYLE: "PARLOR"
    Top: Solid Sp
    SIDE & Back: Rosewood
    FINISH: Antique black tobacco sunburst
    Neck: Mahogany
    Inlays: Pearl Inlay at 12th Anniversary blocks/130th freight
    Rosette: Pearl
    Bridge: Rosewood butterfly
    TUNERS: Chrome <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.diecastmodelswholesale.com" target="_blank">diecast</a><span style="position: absolute;"></span><span style="position: absolute;"></span>

    Nuts bone.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super nice that grows picking.

    Body style "Parlor" thus reduced dimention + + + + + + Ergonomic

    Access to acute, junction with the body at the 12th fret, so limited.

    The sound is typically "Parlor", with more pronounced mids. A sound with much less bass than a "Dreadnought". To my ear that sounds like its more balanced, and she sings more than my other guitars.

    SOUNDS

    It is ideally suited to fingerpicking blues and especially why I acquired.

    I love the sound that comes out fingerpicking.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Less than a year that I have and it has helped me improve my picking.

    Washburn WD10S, Gianini Cashimira mod56, yamaha ....

    The sound that comes out of this guitar is its great + + + because it is different from other guitars not timbre more "homogeneous" with treble singing.

    very good value for money "materials" finission "just do better" but it's very pretty.

    I would do this choice without hesitation, trying to base a Parlor it stand out not the look and materials.
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