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Washburn AB10 Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar with Gig Bag

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The Washburn AB10 is a thin-bodied cutaway favorite, fitted with Washburn's Equis Crystal preamp.The AB10 has become a favorite in coffeehouses around the world. In this instrument, Washburn has pioneered a truly affordable, professional acoustic bass.

Watch any episode of the classic MTV Unplugged show and the bass being played is most likely a Washburn. Those artists as well as today’s top performers choose Washburn because of the style, quality, tone & playability of our acoustic basses. If you want people to know you’re serious about your amplified acoustic tone, you’ll play Washburn.

Today’s top performers choose Washburn because of the style, quality, tone & playability of our acoustic basses. If you want people to know you’re serious about your amplified acoustic tone, you’ll play Washburn.

Washburn AB10 Features and Specs

  • Thin bodied acoustic bass
  • Florentine cutaway style
  • Select spruce top
  • Mahogany sides, back and neck
  • Nut Width: 1.58 inches
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • Rosewood bridge
  • Piezo bridge pickup
  • Equis Crystal active preamp
  • Chrome die cast tuners

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Mine was a "scratch n dent", likely a return. The action was unacceptably high. Saddle sanding resulted in the strings breaking over the cutouts on the bridge before they broke over the saddle. The neck had been adjusted dead flat. I ground the bridge (angled slot at each string) to allow the strings to break only across the saddle. I was then able to shorten the saddle (by .085) enough to get a nice action height with no double break and had room left for more. The strings originally hit the bridge cutout with less than .040 off the saddle. Design? The neck angle to the bridge was not all that bad. Other than that, I was impressed with the tone and remaining workmanship. It really does resist feedback. Great range of tone plugged in from pillowy to clean, bright and acoustic to gnarly.
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