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V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitar from Washburn belonging to the HM series

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Washburn will be launching a new line of guitars specifically aimed at shredders called the HM Series. There are a total of 9 guitars in the series and they feature three different body shapes, all targeted towards heavy metal players. The three body shapes include a V

for the WV540, WV40 and WV40V, the Idol body for the WI550, WI50 and WI50V, and a strat-style body for the WM520, WM24V and WM24.

The V-shaped WV540 series guitar are all made in the USA and feature a mahogany body with a mahogany/set neck and Original Floyd Rose® bridge. These three guitars proudly boast an extremely fast fingerboard and neck using the Parker Guitars® carbon glass composite fingerboard and stainless steel frets to create a smooth fingerboard and great playability. These guitars come with Grover® Exclusive tuners, EMG® pickups and the Buzz Feiten Tuning SystemTM.

The WV548 will be available in Red with Black, White with Black and Gray with Black (MSRP: $2,399.90).
A “taxi” finish will also be available (MSRP: $2,599.90).
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