Summary: Just got this today and only played with it for a couple of minutes but i must say i am impressed. The action is great, not too high and no buzzing. The product itself is beautiful. For some reason i thought it was coming with a case but i guess i was mistaken and that is my fault not amazons. Sound is rich and very nice. This is my first acoustic guitar after playing electric for years and i am more than happy with the purchase.
Summary: This is an excellent guitar suitable for the beginner, a solid body and a soft diapason vibrant sound for its price is simply wonderful. This very pleased with this purchase. I recommend it to every person who wants to buy a good guitar for an affordable price.
Summary: I've owned and played quite a few guitars over the past 20 years, and this guitar is unquestionably the best sounding cheap guitar I ever owned or played. No it doesn't stack up to my $2,000 Taylor. But--no joke--it plays quite a bit like my old $500 Martin. Yes, I'd rather play the Martin, especially since it has aged so nicely. For the money, however, the WD10S is a no-brainer. It is far better than any of the five or so $200 to $300 guitars I owned when I was younger.
Summary: Just got this Guitar today and I've been playing it for a couple of hours. First impression, Build quality is fabulous. the wood, the bridge, the detailing, everything is just impeccable. It looks fantastic. I love the way the neck feels. As mentioned, the WD 10s comes strung with D'Addario strings. The tone is nice and bright. the strong point of this guitar being the mid range and the early bass notes.
Summary: Viewed online with a few other local shops, but decided on Andertons due to stock, and price seemed good. Very knowledgable and helpful staff. My price bracket was up to £250 - tried a Fender, Yamaha and Washburn, ended up with Washburn despite being the cheapest as it felt right, and had a great sound! Looking forward to using it, but pays to play and sample!!
Summary: Had my WD10s for 6 months or so, superb finish, great sound (subtle mellow sound compared to Yamaha equiv), and the good news is that the sound gets better the more you use it. I suggest you would have to pay over £300 to get something as good. A Washburn 12-string is my next wish.