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Washburn X Series Electric Guitar (Red)

4 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Features Mahogany Body Flamed maple carved top
  • String thru body Tune-o-matic bridge Set neck Rosewood fingerboard
  • Custom bridge 3-way toggle switch Exclusive Grover
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Product Description

The Washburn X Series guitars are rock-n-roll guitars pure & simple. We've taken the best of the traditional and combined it with the best of the contemporary to provide the working musician with tools that inspire. Night after night, whether you're playing to 20 or 20,000, you can count on the X Series to be your workhorse guitar. The perfect entry level rock guitar. The X10 features 2 single coils and 1 humbucker pickup along with a fulcrum style whammy bar.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0002KX16S
  • Item model number: X10B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #337,994 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 2, 2008

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I bought one of these about 6 months ago for my son. It is his first guitar. First thing, this thing is heavy! It's a nice looking guitar with good finish. It has decent pickups with good sound and high output. Now for the problems that I've seen. Main one being lot's of broken strings, especially 4,5,and 6. First I thought it was how he was playing it but it turned out to be sharp edges on the tremelo block and the string saddles. I tryed using a dremel to round off edges but finally gave up and put a Wilkinson unit on it which solved about 90% of the problems. The other 10% can be blamed on the aggresive playing style of my future rock star! The fret edges are a bit rough too. I guess all in all, it's a good guitar for the price.
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By O.T. on January 1, 2014
I purchased this guitar at a Sam Ash music store for $135 with a coupon and I must say, this guitar is pretty amazing. I played a strat and was fond of the tones it delivered and decided that my next guitar should be a guitar with single coils. I love the sounds this baby can produce. Haven't yet had a chance to hook it up to my pedal since it's temporarily out of service but, I am eager to have my face melted. It stays in tune pretty well and setting up the bridge was easy as it needed very little adjustment. It doesn't have a truss rod which can be problem if the guitar wasn't properly built.
I took a risk on buying this guitar as I had heard bad things about the brand. Gratefully it paid off. When on clean this guitar provides a nice twangy somewhat metallic tone (I use Ernie Ball Supper Slinky) which I guess can be used to play country and other genres that demand clean. When distorted, she can play from AC/DC to heavy metal (perfect for me). Other buyers complained about it's weight and I can see where they're coming from. This guitar weighs about the same as my Epiphone Les Paul but it's not heavy enough for me to remove a star. I've been using this ax more than LP. I would totally recommend this guitar if you're looking for a cheap starter or extra guitar to play around on.
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I got this guitar about a year ago at christmas. At first I was pretty excited about it, it was my first guitar and I loved it. After a year of playing, I still don't have any real complaints about it. The previous person to review this guitar was right, it is very heavy! If you're going to be jammin with some friends then you're going to want a very comfortable strap to hold it with, otherwise your body's going to be a little sore. As far as the playing goes, it plays very nice compared to some of my friends' guitars. Another con of the guitar, is that the string saddle is sharp on the high E string on mine, so after about 2 weeks of having the same strings on, the high E starts buzzing/ringing when you hit it.

Nice finish, easy to adjust to, but 24 frets probably isn't a good place to start out...

Overall a 3 of 5... pretty good for beginners, and sounds awesome for the price.
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I got this guitar about 2 years ago it is my first guitar and I must say its very good, the sound is really good I can play the songs I like and the sound is very accurately and looks cool also. Now, the bad things. Its pretty HEAVY, your gonna need a good strap because if you play this for a long time stand up it can be painful, also, my E string (the thicker one) gets buzzing a lot when the string has a while of been placed. But in general its a pretty good guitar, although I think its Not good choice for your first guitar because of having 24 frets.
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