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Washburn D10S12 12-String Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar w/case
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Now you can have the Washburn D10S12 12-String Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with a solid spruce top and a natural finish. This the 12-string version o...Read More
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With the D10S12 you can own a professional, lush sounding 12-string guitar for a song.
Now you can have the Washburn D10S12 12-String Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with a solid spruce top and a natural finish. This the 12-string version of the world's best selling acoustic guitar earned the distinction with superior craftsmanship, tone and value. The 6-string version was voted number 1 by Acoustic Guitar magazine as the best guitar under $500.
- Solid Spruce Top
- Mahogany sides/back
- Mahogany neck with trussrod
- Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
- Natural/buffed gloss body
- Black pickguard
- Stained mahogany/buffed gloss neck
- Chrome die cast Grover style tuning machine
- Multi lam top binding
- Neck binding
- New diamond inlaid marquetry rosette
Reviewed by 8 customers
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A very warm crisp guitar. Looks and feels quite solid. Doesnt sound tinny like a lot of other 12 strings that I tried. It's quite resonant, I enjoy attempting percussive fingerstyle music on it and it sounds great, each note shouts out clearly, especially on the high G string. Sounds beautiful with open tunings, I especially like it tuned to Open Csus2(a half step below DADGAD)I'd like a pre-amp and pick-up for this price but I'm not complaining, It is a beautiful sounding guitar. I put in a passive humbucker and the guitar sounds great through it.The case is solid and looks good. I do wish the guitar had a strap nut behind the fretboard or something but that is inconsequential.
I've always been a fan of the acoustic 12 string, I finally had the money to pick one up. I was pleasently suprised to find this one, the price was just right. I must say when I got this and played it for the first time I couldn't put it down. It sounds absolutly amazing, very warm tone, very rich, very full. You can really drift off while playing. I couldn't be happier with this purchase and didn't expect what I got. It came with its own case which was a plus. No fret buzz, i don't have any complaints with this product. I would have paid double for this sound.
Man after the tedious tuning session I was playing all day, it sounds great. I own the Washburn Ds-10 also which is the exact same guitar except only 6 strings, ad it's a great feel. Plus the hardshell case is really nice. I'm really impressed with Washburn acoustics.
I bought this guitar a few years ago and the hype has never gone down since. This guitar was made for me and it sounds are far from it's price range. It also sounds great in dropped-tunings.
I am very impressed with the quality and sound of this guitar. You cannot beat the price. I have played guitars that were several thousand dollars and they do not sound this good!!! I highly recommend this product. Great job, Washburn!!! The hardshell case is very nice, also...
I had purchased the Washburn D10S12 to give me more tonal options. I chose it over a Takamine EG523SC12 (which is almost twice the price) because the Washburn's tone is very warm and full sounding; not as thin and jangly as some other 12 strings in the price range. The neck is very comfortable, and the guitar looks spectacular.
Recently I only played electric guitar[les pauls, sg's, strats, tele's,....]. I decided to give the accoustic a try. So I tried a washburn. Ever since I've been playing both accoustic and electric. I bought 3 washburn 6-strings [one was crap but the rest I love.] and decided to get a 12-string. So I got this baby. I love it! I still do play electric more than I do accoustic but washburn has me hooked on accoustic. I am thinking of getting a washburn electric to see if they're as good as their accoustics. Until than I'll stick with epiphone's and fender's.
A friend of mine gave me this guitar and i absolutely love it. The tone of this guitar is wonderful to say the least. I put a fishman in this baby and plugged her in. This guitar is a steal for the price. It does not sound like its price....way better. I can't say enough.