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Washburn D10SCE Cutaway Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar w/case   

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It offers the same fine craftsmanship and tonewoods as the best-selling Washburn's D10S: a solid spruce top; mahogany back, sides, and neck; and a ro...Read More

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A pro guitar with a cutaway, tuner/preamp, and a great price.

It offers the same fine craftsmanship and tonewoods as the best-selling Washburn's D10S: a solid spruce top; mahogany back, sides, and neck; and a rosewood fingerboard and ups the ante with a single cutaway design and a WT82 Tuner/Preamp for plugging in and fine-tuning your electric sound. Washburn includes a limited lifetime warranty with the D10SCE acoustic-electric dreadnought.

FEATURES
  • Solid Spruce Top
  • Mahogany sides back and neck
  • Cutaway style
  • Mahogany Neck with truss rod
  • Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
  • New diamond inlaid marquetry rosette
  • Black pickguard
  • Multi lam top binding
  • Neck binding
  • Chrome die cast Grover style tuning machine
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4.7

(based on 25 reviews)

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Great Guitar

I bought this guitar, model (D10SCE) in black. Being the owner of a Martin D-28, and Taskamine N-series 12 string, I bought this guitar specifically for the electronic aspects. I...Read complete review

I bought this guitar, model (D10SCE) in black. Being the owner of a Martin D-28, and Taskamine N-series 12 string, I bought this guitar specifically for the electronic aspects. I knew I was buying a "moderately" priced guitar, and just assumed the instrument would reflect just that...I was really surprised. Granted, there were some minor craftsmanship flaws in mine, but overall, I hafta give it very high marks. The bodywork weas beautiful, not a swirl, or scratch on her. Intonation was on mark to the 12th. Other than some rough frets along the neck, this dude plays sweet, very comfortable, and the on-board tuner is a real asset. I play at least a couple, if not three of my guitars every day, and I always look forward to picking up this Washburn, especially plugged in. I use a small amp, balance the rig/guitar, and just jam along,... Completely different than my D-28, w/just the right amount of electronics to bring out some different character...It's nice stuff. One more thing before I mention some flaws I found in mine..The tuners are magic..They don't seem to ever stray...(i swear it seems that way, and if you've ever owned a cheap guitar, you know what i'm talkin about) Couple of items I didn't care for...Sloppy work on a couple of end-pins, and one of the tuning machines was a bit off center of the headstock, not that you'd notice, cept when changing strings, and the winder keeps bang into the headstock on the "A" string. The action was predictably high. (fixed) All in all, I love this guitar, and would recommend it's purchase to anyone.

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Good for price.

When it came now I just had to tune it and it was good to go. I'v owned it for about 2 years now and I can say that its a good guitar. The...Read complete review

When it came now I just had to tune it and it was good to go. I'v owned it for about 2 years now and I can say that its a good guitar. The sound is pretty good for a guitar in this range and the electronice are good as well. The best part I'd have to say is the tuners, I have put them threw hell trying to make them slip or lose tune but I've just ended up breaking strings. Only tuned it about once a month. The built in tuner helps but never quite hits the mark. When I got the case it had a funk about it but its waring off about now. Over all it's a great guitar for the value and I'd recommend it for anyone looking for a good guitar.

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4.0

Great Guitar

By Yelping-Jackal

from Concord, Calif

I bought this guitar, model (D10SCE) in black. Being the owner of a Martin D-28, and Taskamine N-series 12 string, I bought this guitar specifically for the electronic aspects. I knew I was buying a "moderately" priced guitar, and just assumed the instrument would reflect just that...I was really surprised. Granted, there were some minor craftsmanship flaws in mine, but overall, I hafta give it very high marks. The bodywork weas beautiful, not a swirl, or scratch on her. Intonation was on mark to the 12th. Other than some rough frets along the neck, this dude plays sweet, very comfortable, and the on-board tuner is a real asset. I play at least a couple, if not three of my guitars every day, and I always look forward to picking up this Washburn, especially plugged in. I use a small amp, balance the rig/guitar, and just jam along,... Completely different than my D-28, w/just the right amount of electronics to bring out some different character...It's nice stuff. One more thing before I mention some flaws I found in mine..The tuners are magic..They don't seem to ever stray...(i swear it seems that way, and if you've ever owned a cheap guitar, you know what i'm talkin about) Couple of items I didn't care for...Sloppy work on a couple of end-pins, and one of the tuning machines was a bit off center of the headstock, not that you'd notice, cept when changing strings, and the winder keeps bang into the headstock on the "A" string. The action was predictably high. (fixed) All in all, I love this guitar, and would recommend it's purchase to anyone.

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4.0

sounded nice

By Spiff

from Western US

I got one of these in black and it had a huge crack in the finish in the back of the neck. No problem. Musicians Friend took it back strait away and sent off another. It had a large crack in the finish on the side of the neck. I didnt end up getting another one. I returned it and they gave me a refund, to Musicians Friend's credit too. I really liked the sound of the guitar. It sounded as good as several really expensive brands that I have played. The electronics were good and it came set up fairly well. I read a review that said it doesnt have a truss rod? Thats not true. It has a truss rod that you access from the sound hole like almost all acoustics. The case is nice too. And it is a pretty good deal. If you buy one just double check that it doesnt have any big cracks in the finish and Im sure youll enjoy this guitar.

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4.0

Great Guitar

By playerofguitar223

from Denver, CO

Bought this a few years ago as a beginner, didn't end up seriously playing until this past year. Didn't break the bank, yet still sounds real nice. After four years it will hold a tune for weeks (assuming same temps/humidity). I love it, probably will not need to 'upgrade' for a while.

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5.0

best acoustic i have played guitar

By drift3r_92

from clendenin, WV

I bought this guitar recently at a small guitar shop. It is used and the only thing wrong with it is that it has a small dent near the neck, but it doesnt affect the sound at all. I love this guitar. This is the first acoustic I own, but I have played a couple of my friends acoustic's and this one is by far the best sounding and easiest to play. If you are thinking of buying this guitar don't wait it is amazing!

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5.0

A very pleasant surprise

By copterdr715

from Georgia/Iraq

I have to admit that I only chose this guitar because it came with a hard case. But now I am so glad I did, Right out of the box this thing sounded amazing! Not to mention it is a beautiful piece of work. Set up was perfect and the on board tuner was a breeze to master. I would keep light strings on it just because they really resonate off of the soundboard. I havent plugged in yet because amps are hard to come by here in the desert. All in all this was a very pleasant surprise and I am now a diehard Washburn fan.

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5.0

A joy to play

By Old Metal

from Undisclosed

I rated this guitar in it's price range. I've played acoustics that cost twice as much that don't sound any better than the D10SCE; plugged or unplugged. It sounds very, very good and plays smoothly and easily. It came perfectly set up...that doesn't happen very often. The action is perfect for me. I play a little bit of all styles; fingerpicking (folk/classical), capoed and strumming styles. There are no buzzes anywhere on the neck; I've fretted chords up to the 12th fret and no buzzes. This guitar has a nice, all-around sound. It's not "big and boomy" like a jumbo dred, but it does have a nice balance of "all around punchy sound" without being nasally. Chords ring and individually plucked notes stand out. I love this thing!Mine came with the newer WT-92 electronics package. The onboard electronics are very nice; tuner is accurate and easy to use. Electronics are quiet and offer a wide range of adjustment thanks to the inclusion of a presence control in addition to the usual B-M-T adjustments. Haven't tried the balanced out, but the 1/4" out sounds great direct in to the board. The tuning heads are smooth and stay in tune. I play in alternate tunings and have no probs. A strap button on the heal would've made this a 5.0 in features. It even comes with a (nice) case...seals the deal!

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5.0

Good Buy

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I bought this guitar a few years back as a beginner guitar. It is a very cool guitar to learn on and even is a pretty good intermediate guitar as well. Now I use it as my take-around guitar so I dont have to carry around my nicer one. It still works like a charm, sounds good, electronics are great and has really nice looks.Its probably the nicest of its price range.

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5.0

Easy to play!

By Izzy-TzfFn

from Arkansas

I bought this guitar years ago when I was a beginner because a friend had a similar model that was quite friendly to play. Several years and 5 additional guitars later, this is still my primary player. It has great action and plays easier than almost any guitar I have used. There are some very minor quality defects, it is clearly mass produced but nothing to affect the playing and it came very well set up. It's not of the quality of a masterwork guitar, but better than any I've seen in the same price range.

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5.0

wow

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I bought this guitar from a different store a couple years ago and it is just awsome it hardly ever comes out of tune and it looks and sounds absolutely awsome I give it two thumbs up!

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5.0

Amazing guitar

By JJfan

from Colchester, VT

This is my first acoustic guitar and I love it. Rich tone and with the built in tuner you'll never be out of tune. Sounds beautiful and it looks as beautiful as it sounds.

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