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Washburn D46S12 Southwest Cutaway Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric 12-String Guitar
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The cutaway version of this performance/stage dreadnought captures the spirit of the Southwest with a modern twist. The 12-string version offers an e...Click To Read More About This Product
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Modern features adorned in unique Hopi Styling with a fast neck and full sound.
The cutaway version of this performance/stage dreadnought captures the spirit of the Southwest with a modern twist. The 12-string version offers an even fuller sound. The D46SCE12 guitar now comes standard with the B-Band A3 preamp. An extremely thin and fast neck offers effortless playability.
- Solid spruce top
- Quilted ash back and sides
- Venetian cutaway
- Rosewood butterfly bridge w/compensated saddle
- Rosewood fingerboard with Hopi inlays
- Nut width: 1.89 inches (48mm)
- 20 frets
- Hopi binding
- Washburn crown headstock
- Exclusive Grover 18:1 gear ratio tuners
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I own this fine guitar, I've had it for a little over a week now, and can't put it down. Its the most easy chording guitar that I've played. The sound is so pure and crisp. Looks beautiful, and sounds even more beautiful. I've never owned a Washburn before, but if all Washburns are this nice, IM sold! Quality craftsmanship, beautiful to look at and sounds PERFECT!
I bought this washburn to plug in and have fun with. It is very attractive with nice features. I got mine for a steal on an auction. It is set up higher than I like so I usually grab my alvarez rd, unplugged. The B-Band has has a nice sound and is flexible. My 2 strongest impressions are that it is heavily built and the thick glossy finish doesn't allow it to project as well unplugged. The plastic nut digs into my hand but this can be reshaped. Nice tuners but they seem to be closely spaced compared to the Alvarez. Check out the Washburn Cumberland before you buy.
I've been using this instrument professionally now for 2 years,& I could not be happier! Well made, fine sound (acoustically & direct amplification), and the intonation is very good for a 12 string! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!