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Playing a Washburn guitar is like playing a piece of music history. They've been top-shelf instruments ever since the brand was formed in 1883 as a high-end product line for Lyon & Healy. When the 1920s rolled around, the direction of Washburn's guitars became driven by Chicago's Delta Blues community. Some of Maxwell Street's best guitarists actually held day jobs building instruments in Washburn's nearby factory, making them as much a part of the local blues scene as the city itself. Today, Washburn guitars are still renowned for their great craftsmanship and sound. The selection has plenty to offer, so whether you're looking for a semi-hollow, hollow-body, acoustic or electric guitar, you'll be able to find the right one. That goes for all skill levels: if you're new to guitar, take a look at the HB15 Hollowbody Mini-Humbucker and HB30 Semi-Hollowbody Dual Humbucker electric guitars for starters. These instruments deliver amazing tone with a mellow resonance that suits any playing style. They're also feedback-resistant, so you can crank up the volume with confidence.

If you're a jazz lover, then you can't miss Washburn's extensive range of guitars made just for that genre. Take the J5 and J600 Jazz Venetian Cutaway electric guitars, for example. Their semi-acoustic hollow-body designs give you all the traditional jazz tone you could ask for. To top it off, they've also got a beautiful vintage look that will definitely help you nail that authentic stage presence.

Is it an acoustic guitar that you're looking for? If so, look no further than Washburn. You'll find a nice selection of body types to cater to your preferences, from dreadnoughts to classical guitars. Consider an acoustic-electric model like the WCG25SCE if you want the best versatility.  This cutaway guitar from the Grand Auditorium Comfort Series sounds great with or without amplification, so you can play venues of any size.

With any Washburn guitar, you get the same high standards of quality and tone that the name has been known for since the 19th century. The history that stands behind Washburn speaks for itself, but if that's not enough to convince you, all you'll need to do is listen to your new guitar and you'll know that you made the right choice.