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Washburn D10CEQSB Cutaway Dreadnought Quilt Top Acoustic-Electric Guitar with Case
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With its single cutaway and Equis Extra Preamp, the dreadnought Washburn D10CEQ acoustic-electric guitar has the sound and playability of a professio...Click To Read More About This Product
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A gorgeous sunburst quilted maple top really sets this great sounding guitar apart from other dreadnoughts.
With its single cutaway and Equis Extra Preamp, the dreadnought Washburn D10CEQ acoustic-electric guitar has the sound and playability of a professional model. With its sunburst quilted top, it will steal the show.
Quilt maple top
Mahogany neck with trussrod
Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
Nut width: 1.7" (43mm)
Natural/buffed gloss body
Stained mahogany/buffed gloss neck
Chrome die cast Grover style tuning machines
Multi lam top binding
New diamond inlaid marquetry rosette
Equis Extra Preamp
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I bought this guitar on the net with never hearing it. I was looking for a decent low priced guitar that I could take places that I was uncomfortable taking my $2600 Takamine. As soon as it arrived i took the factory strings off and replaced with D'Addario EXP 16s. After tuning it up (has a built in tuner) I was pleasantly surprised by the tone and feel of this guitar. I could not put it down. This guitar is awesome. I would have paid twice as much for it. It's quilted sunburst top is striking and looks nice. It has a built in tuner,a direct box with a xlr jack plus a 1/4 jack. I have hardly picked up my Takamine since getting this. It was intending to be a nothing but a backup but I enjoy it so much it has become my primary acoustic.
I have had this guitar for four years and have rarely put it down. I have had a minor fret dress to minimize the buzzing on low action, but other than that is does very well for what I do.
I've owned this guitar for going on 4 years now and it sounds just as good now as it did when I got it. Only work has been getting it setup for lights and sanding the bridge down to lower the action just a tidge...other then that it has all the sound and performance you'll ever need. While I've only been playing for as long as I've owned this guitar (was given to me as a birthday present after I picked up my dad's Alverez and said "Hey, I wanna learn" and he said "Hey, but a guitar and leave mine here") I've had several people who have been playing for 30-40 years play this Washburn and say they like it better then thier Fenders and Larvee's. I can't vouche if they were serious or just being nice, but the guitar has been the best value for my brothers money (the one who bought the guitar) that I've ever had someone spend. I think I'd actually cry if something bad ever happened to my guitar and have to buy another one. It's that good. There are cheaper guitars out there and more expensive guitars out there... but bang for your buck this has got to be the best value out there.
I bought this guitar roughly two years ago because it was within my budget, sounded decent, and felt at home in my hands. Upon further inspection, the veneer on the face is clearly low quality, some of the internals had to be reglued, and the Low E string began popping the ice cream cone out after a few re-strings (it's plastic). Decent action, though it's not really adjustable, and the neck is extremely ergonomic. Basically, it's one of the best guitars youre going to find at this price. Perfect for intermediate players.