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NGD Washburn Pawnshop find


bigtim

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I thought the image would post in the thread but it did not so redoing it with the link. Anyways went out a few days ago and picked this up. It is a 1994 Washburn Custom Shop MG122 Artist. Plays really well. Came with the original case and trem bar as too. Seymour Duncan JB 59 Neck and a Pearly Gate Bridge pick ups in it with 5 way switch. And this is how it came stock. Has a narrow fret board with a little chunky neck. I must say it was the best deal I ever came across in a pawn shop. Just thought I would share.

 

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My brother gave me this last night. It's for his 11 year old granddaughter. I'm going to set it up and put 9's on it.

It plays fine though. I really don't think there are many bad guitars out there now. He paid £30 for it. He got a lead and tuner with it too.

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My brother gave me this last night. It's for his 11 year old granddaughter. I'm going to set it up and put 9's on it.

It plays fine though. I really don't think there are many bad guitars out there now. He paid £30 for it. He got a lead and tuner with it too.

That is cool!!!

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I've played some makes that I normally wouldn't even look at and they've played great. In fact the best guitars that I've ever picked up and thought WOW, were a Gibson Explorer in the 80's. I was visiting a flat of another band and it was their guitarists main guitar. It felt perfect. But I would't buy one. Then about 6 years ago a friend at a rehearsal I was at, had a Yamaha Ty Tabor RGX. I asked if I could try it and the neck was amazing. It fitted me like a glove. My Hamer Mirage is the closest to that feel.

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