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Washburn WD7SA Solid Sitka Spruce Top Acoustic Dreadnought Guitar
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Washburn rolls out the WD7SA solid sitka spruce top acoustic guitar, at a price that anyone can afford. This guitar features Washburn's steady crafts...Click To Read More About This Product
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The sound and beauty of a solid-top Washburn, priced for anyone to afford.
Washburn rolls out the WD7SA solid sitka spruce top acoustic guitar, at a price that anyone can afford. This guitar features Washburn's steady craftsmanship, with appointments that you would often find on more expensive guitars.
The 6-string dreadnought guitar features a catalpa body and a solid spruce top, offering rich, clear tone, with plenty of definition with the full-balanced dreadnought projection. The mahogany neck, and the rosewood bridge and fretboard articulate each note, while the 43mm nut width, and 16" radius provide comfort for intricate fingerings and progressions.
Dressed in a shiny gloss finish and featuring diecast tuners and chrome hardware, this Washburn WD7SA acoustic guitar will stand out in its shimmering beauty, which is only matched by its celebrated melody.
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- 6-string dreadnought guitar
- Catalpa body
- Solid spruce top
- 25-1/2" scale
- Dovetail neck joint
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fretboard
- 20 frets
- 43mm nut width
- 16" radius
- Rosewood bridge
- Diecast tuners
- Chrome hardware
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This is the forth Washburn acoustic I have owned, and this is by far the prettiest and best sounding. Washburns feel and play so smooth and this one does also. The solid sika spruce top sounds great, the chrome tuners are solid. The only downside for me was the lack of pickguard, but since I fingerpick mostly it shouldnt be an issue. It reminds me alot in the way it sounds and looks, with its old school cherry sunburst finish, to the hummingbird I use to have, but at half the price. Cant beat this deal. A solid guitar for anybodys collection.
the guitar is certainly beautiful and appears to be nice made,but be prepared to do some work the one i got has a lot of fret buzz and on the high e string from the 12th fret on is dead so i have to order a new saddle for it,the fretboard from the neckjoint down is slanted downward so i have to set the trussrod to a positive bow witch makes the action a bit higher then i like.it has a nice sound not booming like a rosewood or mahogany but still nice,i have a mitchell that i got for 103 dollars used from musicians friend and find myself playing it more,it's a cheaper guitar and made from laminates, but has a great sound and the action is better then the solid top washburn and the all solid wood silver creek,
I don't have this guitar but I'm interested in it. Those of you who have this guitar can you confirm the finish to this guitar. The description says it has a gloss finisn but the photos show the Red burst having a satin finish. Please confirm.
I have three children and all of us play guitar, so I've bought quite a few. I also own and collect some VERY high end acoustics (and electrics). This guitar would still be a pretty good value," and I won't be surprised if the price does go up.
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Bought this in Tobacco Burst for a daughter taking lessons for the first time. I was very pleasantly surprised when it arrived - the fit and finish were good (although the top coat was a little thick). The tuning machines were solid. The sunburst is beautiful!
Much better than expected for this price.
You can't beat this for value. I have rarely seen any solid top dreads for this price", much less one with such a beautiful finish and with such nice inlay and fret work. Also, the set up was quite playable right out of the box, and guitar sounded very nice. The top was very resonant even with what appeared to be a pretty thick coat of clearcoat. I think the lack of a pickguard actually helps in this regard.
I bought this guitar for a secondary/travel guitar. I was looking for a good price, good sound, and easy to play. I would have to say that this guitar was much better that I had expected. I have had other Washburn guitars before, and this one like the others is great bang for the buck. my friends have played it and can't believe it was so inexpensive. It is easy to play, looks great, and sound good too. From beginner to hobbyist, this guitar would be a great addition. I am really glad that I purchased this guitar. For the price you can not ask for a better guitar.