Washburn X37 Electric Guitar

Washburn X37 PictureWashburn the company which produced a quality electric guitar, make the revolution 7 string guitar, Washburn X37. This guitar is an AMS exclusive and high quality guitar. Check latest price.

 

Comfortable

With the body carved at the top, and designed for Basswood body, it makes comfortable feel and perfect tone. The guitar neck is finished with satin, with a slim profile is topped off with a Rosewood fingerboard make you comfortable to play it. Detail of seven pole humbuckers deliver a crushing tone with rocking sound and a lot of detail.

 

Stylish

This X37 7 string electric guitar, comes with 3 stylish color, original blemished black, black and blue. The X37 also includes sealed die-cast tuners, a string-thru-body, an adjustable bridge and black hardware make you like a professionally guitar player.

 

New Experience

With the revolutionary 7 string guitar, comfortable and stylish, you will make a really good beater/experiment guitar once you put some decent pick-ups in it.

 

Sound

You can almost use any type of amp, to play with. It will produce a quality sound, from hardcore metal to jazzy style, this guitar sounds pretty good for the price range. The responds is well tune, and does not sound like cheap guitar. With the thin neck, the string does not buzz on the frets, you will happy with this product.

 

Features

  • Basswood string-thru-body

  • Satin-finished Maple neck

  • Rosewood fingerboard

  • 24 jumbo frets

  • Sealed die-cast tuners

  • Adjustable bridge

  • Black hardware

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Specifications

  • Series: X Series

  • Body: Basswood – with Arched Top!

  • Neck: Maple, Slim Profile w/Satin Finish

  • Fingerboard: Rosewood

  • Frets: 24 Jumbo

  • Machine Heads: Sealed Die Cast

  • Pickups: 2 High Output 7-Pole Humbuckers

  • Bridge: String Thru Body Design, Adjustable

  • Hardware: Black

  • Scale Length: 25.5 inches
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The Washburn Power

Washburn was born at Chicago in 1883, almost 125 years ago. Washburn has built more than just great guitars, they’ve built a history. The Washburn tradition of fine instrument making is make this brand always alive. Craftsmanship and innovation has withstood the tests of economics, brand competition and fashion, make Washburn more better.

 

Every guitar reflects the hard-working spirit of the Washburn employees who craft and design each guitar. You’ll feel confident knowing that each guitar represents the finest quality at the best possible price. Washburn is not just make guitar, they build history. Now more than ever, an investment in a Washburn guitar is a special gift for yourself or someone you know. Click here for electric guitar from Washburn.

 

Price

This guitar actually is a low cost electric guitar. The price is below $200. Although the price is low, but it will produced a quality sound. The price is start from $175, it depends on the color you choose. Click here for latest price.

 

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Beginner Electric Guitar Player – How to

With the proliferation of eastern companies entering the musical instrument manufacturing market, the number of choices when looking for a best beginner electric guitar can become a problem.

Well established professional music instrument manufacturers have become hard pressed to compete at the lower price range, and with the added input of the internet and user reviews, they can’t afford to compromise too much on value for money.

Here are my tips for finding a decent beginners electric guitar

  1. Look primarily at brand names that have been around for a good while.
  2. Read user reviews on unbiased review sites
  3. Look for what kind of wood is being used on the body and neck of the guitar. The most common decent woods for the neck are maple and mahogany, and for the body Alder, mahogany, basswood and maple. Occasionally woods like Korina or Limba, Nato (Eastern mahogany)and agathis are used. These are also good.
  4. If a company describes a guitars body wood as hardwood, but won’t tell you what it is, then don’t trust the particular product, even though they may be a reputable company.
  5. Look for brand names on other parts of the guitar, for example the tuners or pickups. This generally denotes a higher quality guitar. Good examples of this are Grover or Gotoh tuners, and DiMarzio or Seymour Duncan pickups. Sometimes these will say designed by that company, but that is also reasonable.
  6. Often when buying a cheaper guitar from a less known company, or a company that specializes in cheap guitars, the wood that is used is of lower quality, even though it is a decent type of wood, it can be that it hasn’t dried properly or is just not well selected. Again I must recommend that one looks for a reputable company. 
  7. For a beginner electric guitar I would look for something with a hardtail bridge as opposed to some kind of floating tremelo. A beginner guitarist is highly unlikely to master the art of using these things correctly in any short space of time, so they would be superfluous.An exception to this would be the standard tremelo as found on the stratocaster as these won’t add extra price onto the guitar or become a distraction.
  8. Look at guitar packages, as these provide you with an amplifier, tuner, bag and cable. They are the basic essentials for learning to play electric guitar. This is provided you don’t want to go ahead and buy a full size amplifier. In either case, a small little practice amp can still come in handy.The downside of this though, is that the packages may not have the best possible beginners electric guitar, albeit still fairly decent.
  9. When buying a beginner electric guitar for someone else, something that might help you to make a decision as to what to look for, find out who their favorite band or musician is and see what guitar they’re playing.Usually guitar companies will have a cheaper look-alike guitar designed to emulate the more expensive version. Again, look at the components that make up the guitar for quality, and try to aim for a reputable company whilst also reading user reviews on the internet from places like www.harmony-central.com
  10. The kind of pickup configuration I personally prefer for the greatest tonal flexibility in an electric guitar is the humbucker – single coil – single coil configuration, also written as HSS 

Ultimately, finding the best beginner electric guitar has more to do with what really grabs your attention looks wise, and knowing by following the above guidelines, reading reviews (preferably user reviews) and how much you can afford to spend.

I would look in the 100 to 250 dollar price range, although there may be some bargains and specials below 100 dollars

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