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Washburn Custom Shop Introduces WV80B

New from Washburn Guitars is the WV80B guitar, a member of the V class family made in the company's USA Custom Shop. Inspired by classic shapes, the WV80B is a black satin all mahogany rock machine...

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June 10, 2004

New from Washburn Guitars is the WV80B, a member of the V class family made in the company's USA Custom Shop. Inspired by classic shapes, the WV80B is a black satin all mahogany rock machine.

The WV80B will soon be ready for release for a retail price of $1499.90.

Specifications:

  • All mahogany body
  • Tone pro stop tail with tune-o-matic
  • Seymour Duncan Custom Custom in the bridge
  • Seymour Duncan '59 neck
  • Powder coated black diamond plate pick guard
  • Mahogany neck
  • 25.5 scale ebony fingerboard
  • Jumbo frets
  • 18:1 Grover tuners
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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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