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Listening to the unique sounds produced by the vibration of Washburn acoustic guitar strings takes everyone into the fantastic world of the supreme music! Charming and inspiring minor falls and major lifts reach hearts of listeners right away. The pleasure of playing Washburn guitar is even greater.
Vintage Series Washburn acoustic guitar is typically aged finished with solid spruce top and mahogany V neck. It has eight strings. The back and the sides for these series are Trembles or Rosewood. Another feature is Ebony or Rosewood fingerboards. Guitar bridges go the same way. Nut width is generally within the limits of 44-48 mm.
The new M 118SW vintage Washburn guitar stands out over the series with the following great features: lorentine cutaway design, “disstressed” stained/matte finish, carved solid spruce top, book matched carved solid flamed maple back and sides, maple neck, ebony fingerboard, rope purfling on the top edge, 4 inline open gear distressed tuning machines, rosewood bridge, wider neck, nut & string spacing, and “aged” Allan style tailpiece.
D10 Series Washburn acoustic guitar being most popular guitar series, comes with the set of very good and favorable qualities: 8 or 12 strings, solid spruce top, Rosewood or Mahogany sides and back, Mahogany neck with trussrod, 20 frets, multi lam top and neck binding, natural/buffed gloss body, and abalone inlaid rosette. Some products come with Fishman Isys + Tuner/Preamp System and Buzz Feiten Tuning System™ .
Classical Series of Washburn acoustic guitars are represented by a variety of products with Classic style cutaway, solid cedar or spruce top, classic plated style open gear gold tuning machine, intricate wood marquetry rosette. Several brands of these acoustic guitars are sold with B-Band™ electronics feature.
And there are more wonderful series that match the taste of any musician available: Signature, Timbercraft, Cumberland, Southwest, WD32, D9, Festival, Bluegrass, Travel, and Artwork series.
5 string banjo is ideal for different playing styles, including a fast arpeggiated plucking. Country, folk and bluegrass music can easily be played with any of banjo of the series.
Styles of mandolins have either two f-shaped soundholes like a violin (F-5 and A-5), or an oval sound hole (F-4 and A-4 and lower models) directly under the strings. F-hole mandolins have come to be considered the most typical and traditional for playing American bluegrass music, while the A-style is generally more associated with Irish, folk, or classical music.