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Excellent value with warm tone and strong volume.
Play it anytime, anywhere! Solid spruce top, mahogany body and neck, rosewood fingerboard, quality geared...
The beauty and design of Washburn, priced the student and price-conscious professional.
The Washburn B9 banjo features a raised cast-aluminum tone ring, a bound rosewood fingerboard, a Remo head,...
The Washburn B120 has all the looks and tone of a 100 year old banjo.
The Washburn M1SDL A-style Mandolin has a modern look, and great tone for a steal of a price. Features include...
The Washburn Festival EA 12 Mini Jumbo Cutaway acoustic-electric guitar features a basswood body, stained...
The Washburn WD 20S Cutaway Dreadnought acoustic-electric guitar features a solid Alaskan Sitka spruce top,...
The Washburn WD 26SCE Grand Auditorium Cutaway acoustic-electric guitar features a solid cedar top, rosewood...
Hit the stage with impressive looks, classic tone and innovative functionality.
A landmark achievement in pro-level construction and price.
The Washburn WD 25S Dreadnought acoustic guitar features a solid Alaskan Sitka spruce top, rosewood back and...
It's been over 100 years since Washburn began manufacturing their world-renowned instruments. Since day one, they have been building upon their dedication to craftsmanship of the highest quality, as well as offering innovative designs that constantly impress. With the respect of their peers, countless awards, and legions of players, Washburn is among the most popular names in the music world today.
Based out of Chicago, Washburn is an American institution that is beloved by a wide variety of popular artists. Musicians such as Paul Stanley of KISS, Nuno Bettencourt of Extreme, Warren Haynes of Gov't Mule and the Allman Brothers, Richie Owens, Butch Walker, and KT Tunstall all love their Washburn instruments. And whether you play guitar, bass, banjo, or mandolin, we think you're going to love your Washburn as well.
The big question you need to ask before you choose your Washburn is pretty simple: What kind of instrument do you want to play? If you're interested in picking up an acoustic guitar, for example, check out the WD 10SCE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric. This mahogany bodied guitar offers a fantastically rich tone that any player will love. With Fishman electronics that allow you to plug in and project, this affordable guitar is a perfect choice for beginners and more experienced performers alike.
If you're more interested in playing the bass, maybe you'll want to check out the Taurus T24 Neck-Thru Electric Bass Guitar. This bass is crafted using beautiful tonewoods and high quality components, including JJ pickups that will definitely help bring your grooves to life. With a modern feel and a price that's just right, this is the bass for you.
As mentioned earlier, Washburn isn't just guitars and basses, they also offer options such as banjos and mandolins. If your heart is set on a banjo, check out the B9, which provides a clear, percussive tone and remarkable playability. If the mandolin is more your jam, try out the M3SWE F-Style Acoustic-Electric Mandolin, which has impressive looks, an even more impressive tone, and plenty of functionality for any performer.
Washburn has come to define versatility over the years. With their wide variety of gear and dedication to delivering the absolute best, there's no doubt that you'll quickly become a lifelong fan of Washburn.