NGD: Washburn PXS297FRB 29 fret 7-string

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  1. Shannon

    Shannon Lord Super Awesome Contributor

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    I looooooove this guitar.
     
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    haffner1 SS.org Regular

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    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.
     
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    Shannon Lord Super Awesome Contributor

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    Thank you!
    Sweetwater's payment plan made that decision easy for me. :lol:
    Now, I really want the 6-string version as well.
     
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    troyguitar SS.org Regular

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    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.
     
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    Wow! 29 frets! couldn't spring for one more fret, washburn ? :idea:

    That looks pretty sweet. Got a special place in my heart for black guitars.
     
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    Shannon Lord Super Awesome Contributor

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    It is!
    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.
     
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    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.
     
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