- Product 515148
Washburn D10SCE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
- Write a Review
The Washburn D10SCE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar gives you the same fine craftsmanship and tonewoods as the Washburn D10S - a spruce top; mahogan...Click To Read More About This Product
We're sorry-this item is unavailable.
Find a similar product below or contact our experts for a recommendation of great alternatives. Call us at 800-449-9128.Customers Also Viewed:
Plugged or unplugged, you'll make your mark with the D-10SCE!
The Washburn D10SCE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar gives you the same fine craftsmanship and tonewoods as the Washburn D10S - a spruce top; mahogany back, sides, and neck; and a rosewood fingerboard. And you also get a single cutaway design and an Equis Silver preamp for plugging in and fine-tuning your electric sound. The Washburn D10SCE comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
- Spruce top
- Mahogany back, sides, and neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Equis Silver preamp
- Limited lifetime warranty
Reviewed by 13 customers
Displaying reviews 1-13
I have owned this guitar for about two and a half years now. I play it mainly as the accoustic player at a large church in town. The guitar I have is actually the D-10 CEQ SB. It has been a pretty good guitar for my first real guitar. I had really bad problems once I began playing more regularly keeping it in tune. My first repair work was due to the fact that there was a crack in the bridge which ended up being caused by an incorrect saddle being put on it. That was about a year and a half. It tunes better since the addition of my bone compensated saddle, but it still has tuning issues on the B and e strings at and above the third fret (goes terribly sharp). My most recent repair work is currently being done, the electronics just went out after only a year and a half. The guy I take it to told me the Equis system is notorious for going out prematurely. It also was gonna cost me about 200 dollars to replace it. Good guitar for a beginner honestly, but expect to upgrade in a year or two for a serious player.
I have owned cheaper guitars but wanted to move up to a better one. I shopped around and looked at many different brands and finally select the Washburn and all I can say it that is is a GREAT guitar. It Chords very easy and with the built in tuner is a beginners best friend. Its a beautiful guitar and sounds really great. Well worth the price I paid.
I've been playing for a few years now and I wanted a good quality guitar without having to empty my bank account or be so careful with it because it was so expensive. I found the perfect guitar. As soon as I opened the case, this beautiful guitar was just raring to be played. I quickly tuned it with the onboard tuner and starting playing in a bout 3 or 4 minutes. It is a high quality guitar with plenty of playability. Props to Washburn for the quality job and props to Musician's Friend for getting it to me at a great price with a short wait for it.
Solid guitar set up nice right out of the box. The first thing I did after I took it out of the box was put on a set of D'Addario Extra-Light EXP strings and it sounded great. Played through an amp it sounds ok but won't compete with a Taylor or Gibson Songwriter Acoustic. Overall a great sounding very well put togeather guitar at great value.
This my first guitar I ever bought after learning how to play. I fell madly in love with it when I first played it and it has grown to be a part of me. I played numerious gigs with it and wouldnt give it up for anything in the world. Even after buying a new guitar this guitar will be with me as long as I can make it last. This is a great buy for someone who wants a good guitar for a very affordable price.
I bought the D10SCE 1 year ago, and really liked it when I got it. Action was good, sounds excellent acoustically, even better electrically. After about 3 months, the low E & A strings started buzzing. Other than that it is a decent guitar.
GREAT guitar here. I've had it for about 2 months and I have not found anything to be mad about. Plays great and is worth every pennny. I would say best guitar out there for the cost. Two thumbs up.
I have been playing this guitar for about three years. I have played many concerts and shows with it and I love it. it is so easy to play and sounds GREAT! I wouldnt use any other guitar for concerts except this one. Is it a very nice sounding guitar with a VERY affordable price. Good job washburn for doing a good job on this guitar!
If you are a beginner, this is definitely the way to go. I got this guitar about a month ago and I have played it every day. Tuned it up once I got it with the onboard tuner. One of the biggest things I first heard of when I was beginning to play was how discouraged people got because their guitar was out of tune and the onboard tuner took care of that. Came with a hardshell case which is great as I have already transported it alot. At first it was hard to play but now that I have had it a month I have gotten used to it and love playing it. It sounds better every day that I have it. If you are a beginner make sure you get this guitar and stick with it, you won't be sorry.
This is a really great sounding guitar both plugged or unplugged. I played it in an unplugged concert and it held up real nicely. The action is great and the sound is even, its realy great for soloing and fingerpicking. Having said that, it does not have the sound of a top-notch guitar but if it is all that fits your budget- go for it, you will not be disappointed.
I've owned my Washburn D10SCE for about 3 years, I am a musician / songwriter. I use it very often, the only problem I had with it was about a month after getting it, the strap pin pulled out, after gluing that back in, it was great. It's the third guitar I've owned, and I plan on keeping this one for a while. I would highly recommend this to any beginning or intermmediate player.
I just got my D10SCE yesterday and I love it. It was beautiful right out of the case and sounds great. I would recommend it for anyone wanting an affordable acoustic/electric. It has a great sound w/o having to spend a fortune. I've hardly put it down since I got it. Great value..especially with the hardshell.
Good guitar for a good price, but not "great." Mine seems to have problems staying in tune, but I guess that's why Washburn put the onboard tuner. If you want to amplify this thing, get an acoustic amp. Also, change the strings when you get yours ? I dropped down to some EXP Daddario extra lights. The case is actually pretty nice and you won't find many other guitars, let alone acoustic-electrics offering hardshell protection at this price. Definitely a great guitar for intermediate players not ready to step up to Taylor or Martin.