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Bluescobra

It looks really similar to the Schecter Demon Satin Black, but with a ESP style headstock.

Indonesia America

Looks like the older X-Series set-necks (with updated cosmetics), which are very, very good.

Harry Henderson

i bought that black washburn parallaxe with the bolt on for about 350 used. stuck sd blackouts in it. best shred guitar ive ever played. i love the cutaway reach nothing like it. stays in tune really well too.

Dalton K

Jesus Christ you guys hahaha I'm an American and every time they said 500 pounds I thought they were sarcastically saying that the guitar was heavy but not too heavy. I didn't realize it was currency and not weight until they started talking about how American made pickups made it more "pounds."

Talal Shaikh

I'm super excited I'm going to buy a Washburn pxm 100c

andy

is the parallax a updated version or the renegade pro?

FordForTheWin

i still use an old washburn mavrick bt4 not an expensive guitar but plays really well.

Berk Demirer

Which parallaxe model is that black one?

Mike B

Love my old 80's Washburn Panther prototype. Made in Japan

Ahmed Abou Elnasr
also since it has the buzz feiten system it is not fair to demo state the guitar in these videos without setting them up and tuning them according to the offsets by a tuner that has the buzz feiten program or a strobe tuner to tune the open strings with the -2 to +1 range after already intonation the saddles with the intonation offsets at 12.if you won't do that and will use a regular tuner you have to tune it by tuning all E notes on each string to sound like the open high E but that is assuming… Read more »
Ahmed Abou Elnasr
it has a buzz feiten nut system but not the shelf nut version as they cut the same compensation from the fretboard so that they can use a regular nut but have the Co oensation done by shortening the fretboard from the nut end to push the nut a little closer to the 1st fret instead of putting a nut with a shelf (balcony) that hangs on the fretboard. this is a negative point in my opinion as you can not go back to non-buzz feiten conventional nut system but with the shelf nut version if you don't like buzz… Read more »
Peter Lymbo

Back in 1989 I bought my 2nd electric guitar which was a Washburn KC40V, and I'm pleased to say it's still going strong! I've bought many other guitars since then of course (like a Strat, Tele, EVH Wolfgang) but the Washburn still holds up really well!

Sergio contreras

If washburn made the primal concrete sledge guitar with the pointy Jackson style that dime played on the psycho holiday video they would be back in business no doubt

Les The Great

There's also a Hanna Montana model if that floats your boat.

Les The Great

G-5V G-8V (which I owned when I was 17 and looking for another) G-10V

Jerry W

Those guitars sound annoyingly bright and cheap.

Jerry Kittle

Just remembers something or someone...the Washburn AF40 Ace Frehley Signature...wasnt a big seller but if you are a FrehleyFan its like one of the pieces to your shrine

chum dabear

Scott ian of anthrax was a Washburn artist

Aditya Singh

Michael Sweet from Stryper has always used Washburn. Its a Flying V. Just FYI.

david smith

Honesty? The most insincere boot lickers you will hear ,anywhere,as for the guitars ,other reviewers[Tom Quayle],have praised the build quality,and Floyd,of these guitars ,cant speak for all the range,but the one I have,is excellent quality,and has a great vibrato,is well finished ,as for name players ,what does that prove? I think theres another agenda ,here,of course it wont be outed .

Douglas Ramos

The Best Washburn players:

Nunno Bettencourt
Dimebag Darrell
Paul Stanley
Emmpu Vuorinen
Ola Englund

mike thompson

CHRIST YOU FOOLS DIMEBAG ALTHOUGH PASSED AND R.I.P. IT'S LIKE HE IS FORGOTTEN!!!  ONE OF THE BEST METAL GUITARIST THAT TOO THE DAY HAS REINVENTED THE STEEL. AND IS THE MOST COPIED PLAYER IN THAT STYLE OF MUSIC......THEY HAD TO PUT MORE STRINGS ON GUITARS TO GET TO HIS TONE AND IT'S A JOKE.

The Robot That Stole Your Jawb!!!

I don't think there is half a bad thing about those guitars, I would pick one up before I pick any epiphone ANY DAY

Bir Kumar

win series they are the affordable ones between $100 to $300

Hayden Jacobs

Washburns Paul Stanley Starfire and V guitars were two of the best guitars I have ever played im my life but they sadly dont make them anymore

M Z

After trying LTD EC401, EC1000, and Washburn PXL 10EC I can say the Washburn sounds and plays better!

Eroticnightmare

The guitar that captain is playing seems well worth 500 quid with seymour duncan pickups, you can't find anything in that range with duncan pickups.

Ern
I I find myself embarrassed for these guys! It's all so transparent. They tell us that the Washburn is made up of the most quality components; they tell us it sounds very good, but somehow it feels only like a cheap guitar (decorated with mostly fancy components that we all know of). one gets the impression of live warms crawling out of knotted bodies. They let us hear how they sound, which is pretty good. As far as I can tell, the only thing wrong with the guitars is the cognitive dissonance they must cause to the customers when they… Read more »
ToshirokArai

what a shame, on my country it costs almost 1500US$, no way its afordable

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