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A limited-edition Idol in wicked white with gleaming gold hardware.
The Washburn Idol WI46 is a modern electric guitar with a carved-top, single cutaway style and an exclusive dazzling white finish with gold hardware combo. Tones ranging from punishing to pristine spring from dual humbuckers and the innovative Voice Contour Control. VCC is a unique coil splitting system that allows players to incrementally blend humbucking and single-coil pickup sounds without the hum normally associated with single-coils. The solid basswood body has a wide-yet-thin profile that is lightweight but balances well. The set maple neck has a fast profile, comfortable neck joint, rosewood fretboard, and 22 medium-jumbo frets. Has Grover tuners to keep you in tune.
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I own one, I got it here at MF. I really like it a lot. I own high end Ibanez, Hamer, BCR USA, and Music Man, ESP, and Jackson guitars, this was to be for carrying around when out. I now drag it all over the house. It is so fun to play. The neck, not being 24 scale I am used to, was awkward and I didn't like, that ended with 2 days of playing it. It has a narrow fretboard compared to Jackson, Music Man, It's about as wide as a Ibanez RG Wizard neck. The frets are not as JUMBO as on the metal guitars, I am not sure what they said on the other page but they are regular sized frets with a few pizzas added to me, hey, its 329 bucks, Its not bolt on, Oh, it is balanced flawless, No uncomfortable crap when standing, or sitting. The body is the same thickness as the 64 model I beleive, they are really similar, the dressing done on the frets on the 64, is obviously nicer, you pay for that hard work, no don't, not even. Wear them in with your blazing fingers. Yes arpeggios and all, its reallly fun to play. I thought the tricked out pickups (single coil at low vol) would be crap, Its not, It will still get quiet. The singles kik in about 4 and the humbucker sound about 6.5 to 7 +. The paint and gold hardware are shiny and done very well. TUNING its got GROVERS and its 330 bucks, NO it has grovers and BUZZ Feiten Tuning system, stays in tune, tuning is like a ball bering percision machine clicking in tiny perfect amounts. Its not a 700 idol, but it is killer for the bucks, its great. The store here gets them in and they sell out in 1 or 2 days. More expensive as well. Get a A quaility, not ever played one here, these guys will NOT rip you off. If a problem, they ship it back at their cost, guaranteed, I think they get better selection of all gear. 13 year customer. MF RULES, SS