Washburn WD32SW Acoustic Guitar Review :: Acoustic Guitar
the warm, full sound of solid spruce with gorgeous appointments and expert craftsmanship.
Solid sapele body, solid spruce for the top and thin scalloped spruce brace are the foundation of a great sound. The bound ebony fingerboard with pearl slash inlays complements the multiple-bound top, ebony butterfly bridge, chrome Grover tuners. Intricate wood marquetry and a satin finish add to the natural appearance and sound of this guitar. Includes gig bag.
Sound of Washburn WD32SW Acoustic Guitar
- sweet, balanced, natural and loud;
- no rattles or squeaks;
- good projection and intonation.
Pros of Washburn WD32SW Acoustic Guitar
- it has solid wood construction;
- nice looking guitar;
- good, bright sound;
- nice tone and volume;
- Grover tuning machines seem solid;
- fairly sharp appearance, especially the pretty sapele in the back and sides.
Cons of Washburn WD32SW Acoustic Guitar
- it has no pickguard and no strap button at the heel;
- mediocre satin finish;
- sharp-edged frets need dressing;
- some owners complained about gig bag instead of hard shell case.
Suggestions for this guitar
- use other strings, ex. Martin SP+ Lights strings; D’Addario mediums strings;
|Features + Technical Specs|
|Top||Solid hi grade sepele|
|BAck & Sides||Solid sepele|
|Tuners||Gold Grover 18:1|