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Washburn J28SDL Cumberland Maple Jumbo Acoustic Guitar
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The jumbo Washburn J28SDL Cumberland Maple Acoustic Guitar has a powerful low end without sacrificing sweet mids and highs. Highly figured maple back...Read More
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Full, deep bottom end and balanced hi end response.
The jumbo Washburn J28SDL Cumberland Maple Acoustic Guitar has a powerful low end without sacrificing sweet mids and highs. Highly figured maple back and sides combine with a solid spruce top to give the Washburn Cumberland guitar its stunning looks and sound. A classy abalone rosette ties in with the snowflake abalone fingerboard inlays and gold Grover 18:1 gear ratio tuners. Natural finish.
- Solid spruce top
- Quilted maple sides and back
- Maple neck with trussrod
- Tortoise shell pickguard
- Signature black and white top binding
- Rosewood headstock veneer
- Neck and headstock binding
- Rosewood fingerboard and butterfly bridge
- Exclusive gold Grover 18:1 gear ratio tuners with ebonite buttons
- Abalone rosette
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This is a great value. I own a $2000 Martin D-28, so I am used to playing quality acoustics. The washburn doesn't have some of finishing touches like higher end guitars. Mine has rough ended frets, and some action/neck issues. I is not a SJ-200, but it is an excellent value nonetheless. I was looking for a jumbo maple guitar, and found this to be the best value for price. It has good sustain and volume. Decent low-ends and not too twangy. This has been my living room/travel guitar, and I keep my Martin safely at home. Maybe I'll shell out $3,000 for the SJ-200 but this will keep me happy until then.