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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by Shannon, Nov 10, 2014.
I looooooove this guitar.
So awesome! I wish I could justify buying one but I need to hook up the Axe FX next year. Thank God they didn't forget the inlays.
Sweetwater's payment plan made that decision easy for me.
Now, I really want the 6-string version as well.
That looks like a blast, too bad no one wants to hear playing like that anymore. I'm surprised you guys get gigs at all, that's impressive.
Wow! 29 frets! couldn't spring for one more fret, washburn ?
That looks pretty sweet. Got a special place in my heart for black guitars.
No one? That's a pretty generic statement. It may just be in your area. There are plenty who enjoy rock & all of its over the top showmanship. Dude, I'm busy as hell & that band is a blast. With that said, Seattle is quite the music town.
It's based off the EC-series 29 & 36 fret guitars from the late 80s & early 90s.
The 29th is a high A. I'm not a huge fan of black guitars, but that wasn't going to stop me from snagging one of these. The features & playability on these are simply nuts. However, I do have to admit the gloss black was done very well.
I got my money's worth & them some. I'm highly impressed with the Washburn Parallaxe series.
Hi Shanon. Can you upload a video reviewing this guitar? This thread is the only place where I read a user's experience. I want to buy it, but I was unable to find a dealera washburn dealer in my city.