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Washburn R314K 125th Anniversary Parlor Acoustic Guitar with Case

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The Washburn R314K Acoustic Guitar has been released in celebration of Washburn’s 125th anniversary in 2008.
This is one killer re-issue parlor guitar! This collector’s piece has been lovingly created to replicate the exact feel and look of the 1800’s vintage Washburn Parlor guitar…the kind that sells for thousands of dollars in vintage shops across the country.

Washburn 125th Anniversary R314K Features

  • Aged Spruce top
  • Rosewood Fingerboard & Bridge
  • Trembesi Back & Sides
  • GC141 Hardshell case included
Washburn Guitars
For over one hundred years, Washburn has built more than just great guitars, they've built a history. The Washburn tradition of craftsmanship and innovation has withstood the tests of economics, brand competition and fashion. Since their birth in Chicago in 1883, the name Washburn has been branded into the world's finest stringed instruments. If your interest in guitars borders on passion, you will settle for nothing less than a Washburn.

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~SkryingEyes~ from U.S.A
Not something I'd play everday
Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable?
With this model, I had nothing but trouble. The first one I received the strings were laying so close the the frets on the neck, I couldn't play it. I took it to a Luthier for adjustment and he said the neck had a bad twist in it. Okay, so I send it back in exchange for another thinking it may have just been a fluke.When next one came I took it out of it's beautiful case, and looked at it. OMG I said. The strings were so high and hard I really had to push my fingers down to clear the notes, plus the mother of pearl up the fretboard were cracked. One of them actually fell out of the diamond shape slot. I just about cried. I called Washburn to find out what the heck was going on why they couldn't seem to get me a decent guitar sent out. Customer service was nice, and refunded my money. I'm starting to think this guitar is made as a show piece. Something you might want to hang on your wall as a conversational piece!!!!
Your general opinion of this product.
Cheap, cheater, the cheapest!
Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick, thin?
Twingy, twangy, and I couldn't hear the difference between the mid range, and high range, it's just one big range of "DEEP" sound.
How did the stain or paint job look?
It did look very Antique, which drew me to it in the first place.
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