Reviews and Problems with Washburn D10 Series Acoustic Electric Cutaway Guitar
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You Can't Beat This Guitar For The Price
James Gruszynski "db man", amazon.com
5 February 2012
Summary: I own several moderately priced acoustic and acoustic/electric guitars from other manufacturers (Ibanez, Takamine, & Fender) but they are all sitting unused right now because of this guitar. It just sounds great plugged in or unplugged. The only guitars I have played that have sounded as good or slightly better retail for 2-3 times the price.
Summary: I recently decided it was time to upgrade my acoustic guitar, which was an Ibanez Intercity Talman cutaway. It was a nice guitar, but never had that warm tone or a loud enough projection to satisfy my ear. So, I ordered a Takamine(a guitar brand I've played at the store and at friends' homes and loved how they sound)EG341SC, thinking this was the guitar I was looking for. It arrived, I opened the packaged, gave it about 3 minutes of my time....
Summary: This guitar plays well and comes with a hard case that was not advertised that it came with. The action is set a little to low but with an adjustment to the truss rod the buzzing stops. It is a beautiful guitar. Well worth the money.
Summary: I ordered this guitar as an upgrade to an older, starter Washburn guitar that I absolutely loved, though I probably should have taken better care of it. When I ordered this new guitar I didn't expect anything more than another great Washburn guitar. Holy crap, I opened the box only to find that it came in an awesome hard case! Nowhere on the page when I ordered did it say it came with a case. It's a very nice, Washburn hard case, with a sweet felt or something inside.
Summary: This is the second D10S I have owned. It's a great entry level acoustic guitar, solidly built and easy to play. It has a deep resonance and a wide frequency range although it lacks the sparkle of the more expensive alternatives. All in all a good general purpose acoustic guitar.