February 07, , It was also the only KC series guitar with a maple fingerboard. It was a Chicago Series superstrat with an alder body, deep scalloped cutaways and angled bolt-on neck heel. Small switches tend to make unwanted noise, so I re-screened all around the cavity. The Washburn KC20 was the entry level Chicago series superstrat. I bought mine through Mars Music online in I guess it is possible that it was an 8 to 10 year old guitar but still new, but yeah really confused. This is a MIJ Takeushi. The Washburn KC60 was made in only.
This is a MIJ Takeushi. Source Washburn catalog I share the view of overall Myrapha on this guitar. The neck joint was angled back and the solid alder body had deeply scalloped cutaways – both these features were designed to improve access to the upper frets. But it’s a good scratch following well, for sure, and is now at a ridiculous price. Is your guitar one of the Mercury MG models – some of these were actually made in Chicago from on. The central micro, in my case, up is down because it hinders my attack mediator, and does not sound particular interest, as most microphones Central elsewhere. I can’t remember if I bought my Washburn in or
It is even difficult to twist it by pulling it. Red with black cracks on body, 2 single coil and 1 humbucker washburn pickup, s Floyd Rose bridge, maple neck, rosewood fretboard.
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Small switches tend to make unwanted noise, so I re-screened all around the cavity. It came with HSS Washburn pickups and a vintage style vibrato bridge.
I have one of the Washburn KC LTD models sold in Australia, my first electric and I went on to buy 15 guitars and still seies this as a very nice guitar see it on Facebook with the others under my name. Split the humbucker is nice, but combine the microphones does washnurn need an awful cacabouilla.
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But it’s a good scratch following well, for sure, and is now at a ridiculous price. It comes closest to the kc44 because that one is the only one that has 2 humbuckers and a center single coil.
Not satisfied with those reviews? Trying to get pic on there now, I am new to this. The single-coils have a lot of “hum”, but I think age is not foreign to my model Part of its charm is that these Washburns have really good necks combined with a smaller body, they are an excellent physical combination and would make a great hot rodded guitar if you want to change all the electrics to high quality stuff.
SOUNDS With a good distortion marshall she takes all her interest, and saw his look, there’s something to do on the pro scne is a class act – In clean, sound is a real treat soft arpeggios are very nice, just follow up with a good distortion and contrast promises great sound I wish the neck pickup a little disappointing, but combined with the other 2 we get a surprising his jazz guitar pr Size Sense rock!
I bought mine through Mars Music online in I guess it is possible that it was an 8 to 10 year old guitar but still new, but yeah really confused. It came with a speckled rain finish in black or white.
It is indeed slim. It was a Chicago Series superstrat with an alder body, deep scalloped cutaways and angled bolt-on neck heel. The KC44 had an alder body with an arched top and back a little like the Ibanez S-Series with deeply scalloped cutaways.
The humbucker is limited to rock, it does not have enough punch for harmonics and flirts with the metal or blues chubby. I see no mention of this color anywhere though. The neck joint was angled back and the solid alder body had deeply scalloped cutaways – both these features were designed to improve access to the upper frets.
I can’t remember if I bought my Washburn in or Request a new review.
Unsure of correct colour name but think Magma Red or Crackle finish according to previous posts. The KC60 had a 22 jumbo fret rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays, six-on-one-side tuners, Deluxe Floyd Rose Licensed tremolo with locking nut, one humbucker at the bridge and one angled single coil pickups Washburn Eliminators controlled by two knobs 1 volume, 1 tone. Log ck-70v Become a member.
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The body is in three parts, and could be of alder. Thanks for the photo bucket tip.
I still have the original Washburn case and wammy dashburn which I didn’t use all that often. Models with vibrato bridges which is all of them except the KC45 which had a wraparound bridge have a “V” after the model name on the truss rod cover. I share the view of overall Myrapha on this guitar. It is generally a very solid guitar like you have never for a more affordable price, all items are very sturdy, the tuning is good and the electronics are reliable.
Alsom mine had originally black hardware not chrome. Sort by most recent most useful.
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The bridge pickup humbucker is simple splittable in the selectors allow all possible configurations! Did you find this review helpful? Despite its appearance typical Ibanez RG, it accuses still quite a weight. The KC40 had a 22 jumbo fret rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays, six-on-one-side tuners, Floyd Rose S Pro tremolo with locking nut, one exposed humbucker and two single coil Washburn pickups HSS controlled by two knobs 1 volume, 1 tonefive-way switch, chrome hardware.
The Washburn KC70 was made from to One question, why isn’t the serial number indicative of the year produced?? The thin bolt-on maple neck had a 22 fret rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot position markers. My Washburn Chicago series does not match exactly to any of the models shown. Serial denotes probably made in Japan, don’t think Korean production started until The Washburn KC45 was made in only and was just like the KC40 except with a wrap-around bridge and without a locking nut.
I’ll put up some pics on the MG series pages later and you can have a look. Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services. It came in black finish, woodstone flourescent yellow or woodstone flourescent red. Washburn catalog Read more.
Really nice series, I’m just restoring a KC 90 to it’s former glory, but I had a KC 40v a couple of years ago and played it to death, so I know where you’re coming from with sounds.