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Washburn J9VG Electric Guitar
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Fat gold humbuckers on a full hollow, arched jazz body deliver rich and sonorous jazz tones; or crank the treble and the gold spring vibrato lets you...Click To Read More About This Product
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Big '50s sounds from jazz to rockabilly.
Fat gold humbuckers on a full hollow, arched jazz body deliver rich and sonorous jazz tones; or crank the treble and the gold spring vibrato lets you finesse subtle effects from country to old time rock 'n' roll. Maple ply top, back, and sides with a maple neck and bound rosewood fretboard provide tone that's snappy yet full. Gold Grover-style tuners are super stable. Gold tune-o-matic bridge on a rosewood base. Gorgeous fretboard and headstock inlays. Includes hardshell case ($159 value).
- Maple top, back, sides, and neck
- Rosewood fretboard
- Neck binding
- Gold spring vibrato tailpiece
- 621 with 1702 gold humbucker at the neck
- 622 with 1702 gold humbucker at the bridge
- Gold Grover-style tuners
- 3-way DPDT switch
If it's blues or Blue Suede Shoes, this is the axe for the job. Order now.
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My wife refers to my guitar as "the other woman" because she is jealous of the time that I spend with it and because of how much I love it. I try to work in a few minutes playing time each day (never enough time, though).I play this jazz guitar through a Fender Acoustasonic SFX amp when I want to strum and sing. You would not believe the tone quality of this combination. TERRIFIC combination!!! Also, extremely flexible. I'm constantly finding new combinations that provide totally new sounds.When I just want to jam with the radio (mainly classic rock or smooth jazz) I run through a "ZOOM" pedal designed for accoustic guitars. I know...sounds goofy...but I pick up a lot of flexibility. From the pedal, I go into a Peavey Transtube 112SFX amp. Again, I'm still learning what is available with this combination.I've only had this guitar for a couple of years, but the more I play it the more I love it. The tone is exquisite. The tuners are effortless. The whammy bar doesn't detune the guitar. The knobs and switch are just right.The only negative thing I can think of is the weight. Compared to my acoustic-electric guitar, this one seems heavy. But it's bearable. The price is high for an amateur, but you gotta spend your money on something, right? Can't go wrong for the price for what you're getting...true quality piece of equipment.I put ELIXIR strings on about a year ago...just broke in good (not showing any signs of wear). Real good tone quality. More expensive to buy, but cheaper in the long run by not replacing them. Also, don't have to wait for new strings to "break in" all the time. Good match with this guitar.
I say mistake because I bought this guitar when I couldn't afford it... a few years back - HOWEVER - it is my FAVOURITE MISTAKE.This guitar is GORGEOUS... when you factor in the price tag and the gorgeous case included with it... you can't go wrong.I play hard rock music with some driving rythym and spacious atmospheric sounds using Vox amps and this guitar, hands down is my most favourite and versatile. The controllable sustain and beautiful tones produced by this guitar have eclipsed many other more expensive guitars in my collection!!!
I have played guitar for over 35 years. This one gives me all the sound and more that I want. It is very high quality and looks sweet. I have played Grtesch, Gibson, Guild and others in this style, and for the price this one can't be beaten. For the Jazz player or finger stylist, this guitar is a workhorse that can really deliver. You will not be disappointed with this guitar!
A beautifully made archtop that sounds as good as it looks. Whether it's blues or rock or jazz, this guitar can do it. It was the first archtop with the small block inside to reduce feedback (copied by Gibson on the ES-137) and it has the Feiten tuning system. A great guitar for the bucks!
I was originally planning on buying the wb-35 by washburn, but when I went to the store with the cash they had already sold it, but had this guitar on the wall. This guitar has a solid thin neck. I have gone from playing 13 gaged flat wound strings to playing 10 and litle adjustment was needed. The neck took a little getting used to because it's the thinnest and most narrow that neck I have ever played, but it has a great feel and plays verry fast. This guitar has a tonal spectrum that supports playing everything from texas "Vaughan" tones to BB king bright and tight tones. The tunning system works verry well...I'm not sure how it works, but this guitar stays in tune for weeks no matter what you put it through (even using the bigsby) and just sounds better than other tunning systems. I hold no reservations in recommending this guitar to anyone who likes the look.