Washburn D-60SW

Acoustic 6-String Guitar

Made by Washburn

Description Timber Ridge model. Rosewood back and sides, spruce top, mahoganey neck, laminated rosewood pick-guard and peg-head, rosewood(?) fretboard
Posted By Sid Sweatt (33)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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On 6/24/2001, Sid Sweatt (33) posted:
Overall Rating:
Traded in an Alvarez for it....never looked back. Probably couldn't replace it with a new Washburn. This guitar is a workhorse
Price: $650.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Andy's Music- Mobile, AL
Features:
Just a great sounding dreadnaught. I bought it new around '82, and it was a bit brassy at first. Since then, it has opened up into a really full sounding and responsive guitar. Maybe its all that rosewood. No electronics. Fairly good tuners. Very pretty bookmatched back- gloss finish overall.
Playability:
Action was a bit high when I bought it, but a little sanding on the bridge took care of that. Neck is gloss finish, kinda wish it was not.
Sound Quality:
Very warm and full sounding guitar for the money. I generally flatpick and play bluegrass music. Wouldn't trade it for a lower end Martin
Durability:
Never had to do any adjusting to the truss rod. Been playing it for years.