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Washburn WMJ 20SCE Mini Jumbo Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Washburn WMJ 20SCE cutaway acoustic guitar is made with a solid Alaska Sitka spruce top, and rosewood back and sides. This mini jumbo has a mahog...Click To Read More About This Product
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A mini jumbo guitar with a spruce top, cutaway body, and Fishman preamp.
The Washburn WMJ 20SCE cutaway acoustic guitar is made with a solid Alaska Sitka spruce top, and rosewood back and sides. This mini jumbo has a mahogany neck that is topped with a rosewood fingerboard. An under-the-saddle Piezo pickup and a Fishman Isys+ Tuner/Preamp System give you the freedom to perform at any venue. Quality construction features include quartersawn scalloped bracing, rosewood bridge, two-way truss rod, chrome die-cast tuners, and bone nut and saddle. Appointments include a gloss finish; white binding on body, neck and headstock; and Washburn logo & stylized W inlay on headstock.
Washburn guitars represent some of the best values on the market today. These handcrafted guitars use premium woods & materials and sound as great as they look. Compare the Washburn WMJ 20SCE guitar to acoustic-electrics costing twice the price and you'll be amazed at the tonal quality and value that is unique among guitars.
Mini jumbo guitar with cutaway
Solid Alaska Sitka spruce top
Quarter sawn scalloped bracing
Rosewood sides and back
Rosewood neck with two-way truss rod
Neck and headstock binding
Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
Bone nut and saddle
Washburn logo & stylized "W" inlay on headstock
Chrome die-cast tuners
Fishman Isys+ Tuner/Preamp System
Comes equipped with D'Addario strings
Case sold separately
Nut width: 1.69" (43mm)
Number of frets: 20
Fretboard radius: 16"
Reviewed by 6 customers
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I've been playing guitar for over 50 years and never owned an acoustic electric so I decided that it was time to start looking. I tried about 20 different models and makes and when I found the Washburn WMJ 20SCE Mini Jumbo I knew this was guitar for me. At the store the guitar was professionaly set up and it played like a dream. The day I received my guitar from Musician Friends I inspected it for any marks or defects in the body, neck and head, unfortunately I did find a scratch by the tone controls which I then immedaitely called this website, I spoke with the rep and told him of my findings and he immedaitely emailed me a prepaid UPS label, I took the guitar to the UPS store and returned it, It only took 4 days to get the new one delivered and after inspection it was perfect. Coming straight out of box the the playability was great, the tone quality was very good, the only draw back was the cheap strings. I've taken it to a local music store and had it professionally set up and since then this has been one of the best guitars I've ever owned.
For the money and service this website is rated with 4 star in my books. My new washburn will be used for my shows and personal use. Great job Washburn for building a great guitar for the money.
Not to overly excited about the tuner but everything else works very good.
For the money this guitar is great and plays like a $1000 guitar.
This is one of the best guitars i have ever played regardless of price. I also own the Washburn 1990 D-24S Limited Edition and it is still going strong. I was a HeadBanger back in the day but with age i have mellowed. if you are thinking of purchasing a Taylor of similar design please try this Washburn and you will probably hear the same guitar. unless money is no object buy the Taylor if you are just buying for the Name but as i said earlier This is one of the sweetest sounding guitars i have ever played. (GET THE CASE)
Bought this guitar last week, I couldnt believe how well it played and the sound was great. I own several high dollar guitars such as my Martin HD28 and thought you always get what you pay for untill I recieved the Washburn WMJ 20SCE. Just play one and you will be a believer like me!!
Craftsmanship is excellent. Inspecting the exterior of the guitar I could not find a defect. Looking inside the body with a mirror and a flash light I only saw one brace with a little bit of excessive gluing, but nothing that would be a negative. Overall looks are beautiful.Playability is excellent. I played chords, scales, and some riffs up and down the neck and there was no buzzing any where. The action set from the factory is excellent; set very low. Checking at the 12th fret with a capo on the 1st fret; Bass = 5/64 and Treble = 3/64. Neck is excellent, straight and comfortable. I checked for relief, but there was none.Sound is excellent. Unplugged it has excellent all around sound both in the low and high range; something that is often wanting from a guitar this size and at this price. I only have a practice amp, but the guitar sounded very nice no feedback issues. The built in tuner works well and is easy to read.Overall in my opinion for the price this is an excellent guitar for the beginner or experienced player.
Overall, this particular guitar stands up to others I have owned that cost way more. The fit and finish are perfect. The Fishman ISYS has a tuner integrated in the system and works great. The tuner shows the key as you are tuning, which makes for an easy task of tuning from standard to another tuning such as Open G. There is a lot of range in the tuning adjustments concerning the bass, treble and phase controls. If you can't find a tone with this system you are way too picky. The sound is good unplugged and projects well. Plugged in through my mixer, the sound is just as good as any acoustic guitar I have owned. It is hard to believethe price I paid for this instrument. This is easily one the best bargains out there.
Now, the bad - I didn't care for the strings and will change them. The neck needed an adjustment due to the "bow" in the neck. Once the neck was adjusted, the action came into the "acceptable" range for an acoustic guitar. I am sure I will end up getting a professional setup, as you should for every guitar you buy.
Back to the good - I checked the measurements of the guitar to the Muscian's Friend Classical Guitar case and found the Washburn guitar would fit in the low priced case. When I recieved both the guitar and case, I found the fit was a little snug, but it did fit. I managed to save a little money by ordering the MF case. In this day and age, who couldn't use some extra coin in the pocket? To sum up, it is an excellent value for the money and I am satisfied with the purchase. How can you go wrong for the price?
The quality and finish are of the highest level.
I inspected the fit and finish when the guitar arrived and could find no flaws at all. It even came with a 9v battery already installed.
I have owned a Martin dreadnaught, a Taylor 314c, a Taylor 12 string, two Takamines and 1 Ovation. I just received this particular guitar and found the fit, finish and sound will compete with any of the acoustic guitars I have owned, not to mention this is the lowest priced guitar I have ever owned. Washburn is the master of producing high quality guitars at an affordable price.
I bought a "scratch and ding" model , and it was the best purchase ever !!Great guitar, great workmanship, set-up out of the box required very little tweaking, excellent sound acoustically and plugged in....what can I say....wonderful !!