Having been around for the last 120 years, Washburn Guitars are a company that have a vision to be around for the next 120 years. Confident in their ability to produce some of the finest guitars available in the world today, Washburn Guitars really are a dynamic and productive company. Their craftsman and musicians all share one thing in common and that is a deep rooted passion for the guitar.
Washburn WD21S Guitar Acoustic Solid Cedar Top Dreadnought
Time Remaining: 47m
Buy It Now for only: $199.00
Washburn WP11SNS Parlor Acoustic Guitar
Time Remaining: 53m
Buy It Now for only: $299.00
Oscar Schmidt By Washburn 3 4 OG1
$41.01 (8 Bids)
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Washburn R314KK Parlor Acoustic Guitar Vintage Natural factory Blem 1166
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Buy It Now for only: $339.00
Washburn EA9B Festival Acoustic Electric Guitar
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Buy It Now for only: $199.99
Washburn Rover Travel Guitar Trans Red
Time Remaining: 9h 38m
Buy It Now for only: $165.34
WASHBURN BUTTERFLY 12 STRING ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC REPLACEMENT GUITAR BRIDGE
Time Remaining: 10h 7m
LYON HEALY WASHBURN PARLOR GUITAR 1900 FANCY OAK BODY RESTORED BEAUTIFUL
$689.00 (1 Bid)
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Washburn AB 10 Acoustic Electric Bass Guitar MINT 4 string
Time Remaining: 10h 23m
First located in Chicago near Maxwell Street which became known as the centre of musical movement, this street and area literally boomed with the music, and changed Rock and Roll forever.
Blues players to platinum artists all had one thing in common and that was their Washburn guitar, even employees of the Washburn Company could always be found strumming away with their guitars.
Washburn Guitars are one of the most innovative guitar makers in all of history and today they still strive to create the most elite guitars you will ever find.
Their list of famous clients is endless; there is not a concert hall in the world that has not had a Washburn guitar played in it. Evan Seinfeld, Destinee and John Bell are just a few of the many thousands of famous artists who love their Washburn guitars.
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