An affordable dreadnought with a solid spruce top and abalone trim.
The Washburn WD 15S acoustic guitar is made with a solid Alaskan Sitka top, and mahogany back and sides. This full-sized dreadnought has a mahogany neck that is topped with a rosewood fingerboard. Quality construction features include quartersawn scalloped bracing, rosewood bridge, chrome die-cast tuners, and bone nut and saddle. Appointments on this Washburn acoustic guitar include a gloss finish, abalone rosette, abalone purfling, binding on body and neck, and rosewood-capped headstock with mother-of-pearl Washburn logo and stylized W inlay.
Washburn dreadnought guitars represent some of the best values on the market today. These handcrafted guitars use premium woods and materials and sound as great as they look. Compare Washburn guitars to acoustics costing twice the price and you'll be amazed at the tonal quality and value that is unique among guitars.
- Dreadnought guitar
- Solid Alaskan Sitka spruce top
- Quartersawn scalloped bracing
- Mahogany sides and back
- Gloss finish
- Abalone rosette
- Abalone purfling and wood binding
- Satin finish mahogany neck with two-way truss rod
- Neck and headstock binding
- Dot fingerboard inlays
- Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
- Bone nut and saddle
- Rosewood capped headstock with mother-of-pearl Washburn logo & stylized W inlay
- Chrome die-cast tuners
- Comes equipped with D'Addario strings
- Guitar case sold separately
Order a great looking Washburn guitar that won't break the bank.
WD15S Solid Sitka Spruce Top Acoustic Dreadnought Mahogany Guitar Specifications:
- Scale length: 25-11/16"
- Nut width: 1.69", (43mm)
- Number of frets: 20
- Fretboard radius: 16"
- Upper bout: 11-5/8"
- Waist: 11"
- Lower Bout: 15-15/16"
- Depth: 4-5/8"
- Total length: 40-7/8"
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Comments about Washburn WD15S Solid Sitka Spruce Top Acoustic Dreadnought Mahogany Guitar:
This acoustic proves you are really buying the name and not quality in terms of excessively priced acoustics. While Taylors and Martins both do have beautiful sound, I cannot simply see it being justified in either case (acoustic or electric) that these guitars cost thousands of dollars. American made products should cost less, not more. Many people are squeamish about guitars less than 500-650, and I was too when I got this one because I had not had an opportunity to sit down and play it and it was a wonderful surprise. I would recommend getting grover tuners to replace the current ones. It holds tune, but its personal preference for me for added security.
Abalone stripe around the binding (not my favorite but its thin so it doesn't stick out like a sore thumb), standard dot inlays
This is an example where you have a guitar that is priced much lower than its value. Very smooth and extremely playable neck. Thinner than some but not brittle, and is one of the most comfortable ones I've played on an acoustic. I had an Epiphone EJ before this and that neck was like a beam of wood. Playing this guitar was on par with a martin.
Unbeatable for the money. You really get more than what you pay for.