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Washburn D46S Southwest Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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Washburn enhances the D46S Southwest Dreadnought guitar with Solid spruce tops and quilted ash back & sides. Then Hopi binding and fingerboard inlays...Click To Read More About This Product
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Unique Hopi styling evokes the spirit and the sound of the American Southwest.
Washburn enhances the D46S Southwest Dreadnought guitar with Solid spruce tops and quilted ash back & sides. Then Hopi binding and fingerboard inlays give this Washburn acoustic guitars the flavor of the Southwest.
- Solid spruce top
- Quilted ash back and sides
- Rosewood butterfly bridge w/compensated saddle
- Rosewood fingerboard with Hopi inlays
- 20 frets
- Nut width: 1.73" (44mm)
- Washburn crown headstock
- Hopi binding
- Exclusive Grover 18:1 gear ratio tuners
- Hardshell case
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This guitar is lovely in everyway. I have a Lefty *limited edition* version of the model and it's by far one of the nicest instruments I've ever had in my hands. I have really small hands, but I can actually bar-chord on this guitar as well as I can on my Daisy Rock. That really says something. If you want a guitar that has great action, lovely tone and is just beautiful to look at, buy this guitar.
I bought this last year and i am very happy with it. The sound is beautiful but have a tendensy to sound "crappy" when played hard. Before this I had a Epiphone (Gibson j-45 copy) and I can say that this Washburn sounds much better. But I would like to compare with a Martin or Gobson. I cant really give a justice review cos I have just owned 2 guitars in my life. It has a small neck and is very easy-played.
I couldn't make up my mind, had the sale person take down and play about 15 different guitars. But we kept coming back to this one because it has a great sound. And after I got it home away from the bright lights and all the other guitars, I could truly appreciate how beautiful it is. The wood on the back and sides is pretty with lots of grain and is a nice contrast to the top. The southwestern detail, like the colorful wood inlays is a nice touch. You'll be happy with the looks and sound of this one.
I got my Washburn D46S a few weeks ago. I'm completely new to Guitar and still taking beginning lessons. The D46S arrived in perfect condition, after tuning it has a really great sound. I like the feel and sound of it much better than the cheap rental guitar I started with. So far this appears to be a great value. I'll keep practicing!!!
i watched my dad when i was young play his vintage martin and i did not know i had it in me to play the guitar, i bought a cheap on real cheap one on t,v, and started practicing but the sound was off, after a year or so, i went to the local new music store and sat down and tried all the guitars this guitar has it , the sound is terrific, it stays in tune ,it is freted perfectly , and it is beautiful, after buying it my playing improved 200 %, i play bluegrass,rock,folk, and i would not trade this guitar for anything, you won't go wrong...
for the price of it I think this is one of the best acoustics i've played. I did have to have the neck adjusted once or twice, but that's probably because it is thinner than most I've used. All in all I would Highly recommend it.