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Washburn WI64 Electric Guitar
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WI64- This modern take on the single cutaway is quite innovative in its own way. A wider base allows a thinner body to be used without balance issues...Click To Read More About This Product
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WI64- This modern take on the single cutaway is quite innovative in its own way. A wider base allows a thinner body to be used without balance issues. The set neck allows a slim neck joint and offers comfortable access to the upper register. Winner of the Guitar Player Editors Pick award, this axe is loaded with exclusive features like Voice Contour Control (VCC), Buzz Feiten Tuning System and 18:1 Grover Tuners. Endorsed by great guitarist from bands like Sevendust, Breaking Benjamin, Alkaline Trio and CMA Award Winning Rascal Flatts.
Modern carve top single cutaway
Neck Scale 24_"
One piece mahogany set neck
Fingerboard radius 14"
Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays
VCC - Voice Contour Control
3 way toggle switch
Exclusive Grover® 18:1 gear ratio tuners
WB630 high output pickups
Stop tail with tune-o-matic Bridge
Buzz Feiten Tuning System
Reviewed by 5 customers
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This is a very comfortable guitar! It was my first name brand guitar and I'm very pleased with it. It's neck-thru body is extremely light, comfortable, and fast. The two humbuckers come with their own volume and tone knobs (which will take a little time to figure out if you're a beginner like me!) and I have yet to unlock its potential (due to a crappy amp and multi-effects pedal, so I mostly play it unplugged (and its sounds pretty good that way).The Buzz-Feiten system works pretty good and I haven't gotten any buzz yet. As a bass player, I haven't had much experience with guitar but I'm getting more and more into guitar playing with this thing. I wish I had another guitar to compare it to besides my Austin Strat rip-off (I even have an Austin P-Bass rip off), but trust me its much better. All in all I recommend this to someone as a first guitar, especially people of smaller build. Hopefully, I will discover more of its potential.
It's a great little ax - nice tone, good neck, light. I have some expensive archtops, but this WI64 is proof that you don't need to spend big $$$ to get a good instrument. Put some 12s on it and it's jazz giggable. With 10s it's a nice blues box. The ability to dial in humbucker or single coil sounds covers all the bases. Can't go wrong for the money.
I bought a heavey metal black model. Best value spent on a guitar to date. Set up needed no changes. The strings needed immediate changing but since then it's been a great guitar. It takes some time to tease out what you want from the VCC but it can be done. Neck is excellent, sounds great. Add a little gain and it's a wonderful blues guitar. When I get a hankering for single coil I pick up my Godin Triumph but this guitar is it's equal but different companion.The classic "if it were lost or stolen", I would borrow money if I had to but I would get another asap. If you only get one guitar, get this one.
when I first got this, I was so surprised at the sustain! it is also a very beautiful guitar. mine sounds a lot like an sg. (it also looks like one.)overall a perfect buy for any guitarist.
I got this for my birthday. I can honestly say it has the best tone, playability, and features in this price range.