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Washburn X11 Electric Guitar
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Keeping you happy without breaking the bank¦the Washburn X guitar.
- Solid wood body
- Bolt-on maple neck
- Maple fingerboard with dot inlay
- Gloss finish
- 3-way switch
- Flushtrem bridge
- Washburn SSH pickups
- Die cast tuners
- Colors: Black
- 25-1/2" Scale
- 24 frets
- Nut Width: 1 5/8" (42mm)
Reviewed by 7 customers
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Well first off this was the first guitar I owned. The more I played and the better I got, the more I realized that this would not cut it. Anything fast becomes really difficult and I almost had to force everything I played instead of just letting it flow. This guitar is pretty heavy which means you wont be spending a lot of time standing with it unless you want your shoulder to hurt for a week. The screws at the jack are cheap and can strip. I had some trouble keeping the input jack tight and it buzzes on almost any amp I play on. It's kinda funny because when I play on my little crate 15W I can stop playing and start picking up radio stations from Cuba. I have played other Washburns and most of them are good. This guitar is ok but for me just doesn't make the cut. I would only recommend this guitar for beginners.
This was the first electric I ever owned and got it for christmas a while ago. When I got I thought it was amazing. For a beginner guitar it works just fine. As I got better at guitar and learned more about other guitars I realized it was pretty low quality. It hums really bad at 30W and higher. It looks nice though and if your starting guitar its a good choice. But you will want to upgrade later.
I bought this guitar to begin with. It's alright, but i don't reccomend doing anything big ( like a concert or gig ) with it. It is good for practicing but the screws fall out if you don't have strap locks.
First off, I am a bassist in my band, not a guitarist, but I badly needed practice and my Ibanez bass had not shown up yet. So my cousin and I had a jam session with guitars. The Washburn buzzez with an amp higher than 30W and it is heavy, but the Washburn is crafted well and the finish is nice. Washburns aren't the best, but they give the job done.
This guitar was pretty good for how much u may pay for it. My friend texted me saying that he got a new guitar and that it was a Washburn. I had low expectations for the price he had told me. I was kind of concerned on the condition it would be in. I played it and it was fairly decent for the price. Overall good for a beginner.
This guitar is cool - A great starter guitar. It works pretty good and has a killer look!!!!
Its a beautiful piece of work. It sounds so good with an amp and stays in tune nicely. The only thing bad about it is that it shows fingerprints and dirt really show and the imput jack is held on by cheap screws, so they could strip out