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Washburn Comfort Series WCD18CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural

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Hardshell Case of Washburn Comfort Series WCD18CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural
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The Washburn Comfort Series WCD18CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar is handcrafted with a mahogany body and a select spruce top. Its Dreadnought body shape with spruce top produces full-bodied tone with excellent projection. The addition of a Fishman Bridge Pickup and Fishman Isys+ Preamp make the Washburn WCD18CE a great performer and value.

The "C" shape neck of the Washburn WG016S is comfortable and even feels good if you're used to an electric guitar. Other quality touches include a abalone rosette, wood binding, engraved "W" on the neck heel, sealed precision tuners, and "Washburn" inlayed on the headstock.

Fishman Pickup & Isys+ Preamp
The Fishman Pickup System that equips the Washburn WCD18CE has features that allow you to stay in tune, control feedback, and shape your sound. The control panel is easy to access and includes an onboard and easy-to-read Digital tuner. A phase switch helps reduce feedback while the volume, bass, and treble controls let you dial-in your sound for the room. A low battery indicator warns you ahead of time when it's time to swap batteries. Case sold separately.

Body Type: Dreadnought Body Wood: Comfort Mahogany Top wood: Comfort Select Spruce Scale Length: 25.5" Neck Joint: dovetail Neck Wood: Mahogany Fretboard: Rosewood Neck Shape: C # frets: 20 Nut Width: 1 11/16" Fretboard Radius: 14" Bridge: Rosewood Pickup Bridge: Fishman Isys + Tuners: Diecast Hardware color: Chrome Finish: Gloss Case sold separately

Custom Guitar's Friend Gold Coverage

Gold Coverage goes above and beyond the manufacturer's warranty to protect your gear from unexpected breakdowns, accidental damage from handling and failures. This plan covers your product for one, two, three or up to five years from your date of purchase, costs just pennies per day and gives you a complete "no-worry" solution for protecting your investment.

Gold Coverage Includes:

Unexpected and unintentional spills, drops and cracks Normal wear and tear Power surges Dust, internal heat and humidity

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For products over $200, No Lemon Policy applies. If it fails for the same defect 3 times, it is replaced on the 4th breakdown. (Does not apply to failures due to drops, spills, and cracks) For products under $200 experiencing the above failures, a Custom Guitar's Friend gift card will be issued for the full price of the product + tax. Shipping fees covered if required for repair or replacement Plans are transferable in the event merchandise is sold Plans are renewable on new gear

*Limitations and exclusions apply. See terms and conditions for program details

Term for New Gear begins on date of purchase but does not replace the store return policy or manufacturer coverage.

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Overall price combined with value and quality is truly amazing.
Just received the WCD18CE comfort series guitar today, and I am very pleased. The overall construction and quality of this guitar is unbelievable for the price. I would recommend this guitar to anyone, novice or pro.
The quality of this quitar is amazing. Just a few turns on the truss rod and it was perfect. I set it up my self in a matter of minutes.
The value of this guitar is worth twice the price that musicians friend is asking. I ordered it in april and recieved it the second week of June. I was very impatient and owe musicans friend an appology for that. But anyhow it was worth the wait. The on-board turner is a great feature and is very accurate.
Washburn Comfort Series WCD18CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural
.Absolutely love this guitar. It has become my daily player. Also own 1976 Ovation Balladeer, Epiphone, Yamaha. I mostly play the Washburn unplugged, but it sounds terrific when plugged in. The neck is great for fingerpicking styles and it is nicely radius'd and very comfortable. Great sound and nice projection. Nice full sound for a dreadnought.
My daughter grabs it as soon as she walks in to visit and she likes it better than my Ovation, which is saying something. She plays Chaylor Swift, alternative rock, some indie rock and they all sound great on this guitar. I came back to buy another one of these guitars for her and decided to write this review.
Very well built guitar. Quality components and craftsmanship. Great pickup in the Fishman and it includes a built-in tuner. High quality nut and saddle like you would find in a much more expensive guitar.
Played great right out of the box. Didn't really need to be set up at all. Nice touches on the guitar. Looks great and every aspect is nicely done from the finish to the hardware.
Unbelievable value. Plays like an $800 guitar. Reminds me of a Chaylor. Sound is excellent.
Washburn Comfort Series WCD18CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural
This is a well built guitar for the money. Washburn should be highly considered if you are searching for a good elec/acoustic. with a solid spruce top and decent electronics, Washburn and Custom Guitars Friend hit a home run with this Guitar.
Impressive finish all around, from top to bottom. Also very comfortable to play for extended time. Suggest adding this to your collection if you are a serious guitar player. Washburn is very impressive.
Washburn Comfort Series WCD18CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural
.I was excited to order this guitar. I have never owned a Washburn but always wanted one. I was choosing between the Washburn and a Yamaha. Yamaha has been my go to acoustic guitar. When I opened the box I was very excited. The Washburn looks great. Then I picked it up. It felt great. Then I played it. The first couple of cords were amazing. Then I heard it, a buzz when I played a G. So, I checked out every fret one at a time. The E string buzzes on the first three frets. I am bummed. So, now I have gone over the guitar very carefully and found that the provided 9 volt battery is dead. The strings are spotty and old looking. (I hope changing them will fix the buzz).

I am going to give it another chance and review after I change the strings.

However, I am not as happy as when I opened the box.
Washburn Comfort Series WCD18CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural

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