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The name Washburn will always hold a special place in the music world. As the original designers of the dreadnought guitar, Washburn set the precedent for innovative design right out of the gate. Now, over 130 years after they were founded, Washburn continues to lead the way in developing guitars with tone and durability that are second to none. Based out of Chicago, Washburn had a monumental impact on the sound of Chicago Blues, which would, or course, go on to influence the early rock and roll scene. With that kind of history and pedigree, it’s no wonder so many incredible musicians trust their sound to Washburn. Paul Stanley of KISS, Nuno Bettencourt of Extreme, Butch Walker, and KT Tunstall are just a few of the artists who love the sound of a Washburn.

One of the great things about Washburn guitars is that they’re built for players of all skill levels, so you should have no trouble finding the one that is perfect for you. Say, for example, you are a beginner looking for their very first guitar. Then you will definitely want to take a moment to check out the RX10 Electric Guitar. Affordably priced, this guitar can give you that amazing Washburn sound on a budget. With an HSS pickup configuration and powerful humbuckers, this guitar will sound like a million bucks and have you well on your way to center stage.

If you’re looking to take you guitar playing to the next level, check out the N Series N2 Electric Guitar. This guitar was designed with input from Nuno Bettencourt of Extreme, so you know it’s built to shred. With unfettered access to the upper frets, as well as a Washburn neck position humbucker and a Bill Lawrence L-500 pickup in the bridge, this guitar is a real tone beast that will have you tearing through lighting fast solos absolutely brilliantly.

Of course, if you want a guitar that is a true masterpiece, you’ll want the PS2012 Paul Stanley Signature Starfire Electric Guitar. A stunning recreation of the guitar the Star Child plays on stage with the hottest band in the land, the Starfire features an eye-catching design and powerful Seymour Duncan mini-humbuckers that will let you rock and roll all night.

Whichever Washburn you choose, one thing is for certain, you are in for a treat. With well over 100 years of experience, Washburn has earned its reputation as a brand you can trust.