Washburn Dime V Pro

Washburn Dime V Pro

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Dime V Pro, V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitar from Washburn.

2 user reviews

Washburn Dime V Pro tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Washburn
  • Model: Dime V Pro
  • Category: V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/05/2004

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Washburn Dime V Pro user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Dime_RIP's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Washburn Dime V Pro
Guitar-Korean (but quality one would méprendrai)
-Rosewood, landmark V-24 cells
micro Seymour Duncan SH-13 and SH1 (config Dimebag so)
Easel-Tune'o'matic with stop tailpiece + Buzz Feiten Tuning System
-2 Volume knobs for each pickup + 1 tone knob, 3-position selector
-Set neck (quite serious in V and hence U on acute)
-Mahogany body and maple veneer


The handle is pretty special at the beginning, take the hand, rarely see that on a typical metal guitar
It is typical V in serious (like a strat) and flattens in acute

it disturbs the beginning because the handle is not very wide but eventually ets V that allows a super good support on the bend and power chords as the Strat and makes it even more attention after a few minutes roll youth ..

I dwell on it because it is a point that disrupts the beginning

Light scratches (plating must be for something) but the weight is not a guarantee of quality, very well balanced game standing

Easel level of SH13 as we suspect, incisive, full of very powerful harmonics. I tried a Washburn Dimebag déhjà USA, the sound is much richer and severe (and bcp heavier guitar), so it's the same microphone, this limit is well on this V because equalization is enough homogogene

For the neck pickup, it was a pretty warm and ideal for the serious bluesy sound and cleans. In lead with distortion, the sound is quite good and fluid flush, I love this mic


damn I mentioned before!!


guitar for 8 years I paid 800 euros new, the mag was a drawback because a priori it does not sell (the mouth, or not we like to say)

I've never sold

I did repaint and left mono mic ... it is a weapon of mass destruction .... no compromise

and leave not be fooled by the term veneer maple / mahogany (it still turns me off now that I devote myself to scratch luthiers) that are often synonymous with low-end guitars ... this is not the case .. . the violin is not upscale but very correct

this guitar has a sound of thunder, a sound that ranges from blues / rock shaft level to the most extreme metal (pickup) and an unbeatable price / performance ratio in the register

This guitar is no longer produced but of course if you see in Cygnus, you jettez above

the only thing that can disrupt, I admit, this is pretty special round if you're familiar with ESP / Jackson / Ibanez etc. .....

I did not see this as a handle profilde ESP Vintage Plus Strat or

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

Washburn Dime V Pro
-24 Boxes, Dimebucker Seymour Duncan (SH-13) in bridge and Seymour Duncan '59 Reissue in race
Bridge-stop tailpiece with Tune'o'matic + Buzz Feiten Tuning System (http://www.buzzfeiten.com/)
-2 Volume knobs for each pickup + 1 tone knob, 3-position selector
Channel glued V
Body-plated mahogany and maple (maple yeah it smashes ^ ^)


The handle is similar to a Les Paul and less "boom", the body type flying V provides access to acute sucks too, and the weight of the guitar is well distributed.
In sound with the bridge pickup you are dealing with a real patator, big release for a good distortion, and all liabilities in please! For the neck pickup, it was a pretty warm sound that can snap good little bluesy solos and rhythms that provide a pleasant clean sound.


Okay so yes it is well suited to my style, ie the log lol. The big release of Dimebucker captures with good distortion and the sound can be very incisive and very bold, it is according to individual preferences.


Okay so I do not hide it, the scratches I'm offered the day, but it's been a payroll that I carry in my store to try to scratch for hours, and I must say that I eventually crack. Indeed the price is quite affordable (around € 1,100) for a good scratch of course. This is my umpteenth guitar but I think that this one I will keep a very long time.
One thing to say in closing, if she tempts you, do not hesitate, it's really hard to be disappointed with such a scratch!

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