Washburn builds acoustics the old-fashioned way -- by hand



Mundelein, IL (May 1, 2008) - Here''s an inside-the-factory look at how Washburn handmade acoustic guitars are built. In this clip, luthier John Stover shows us how he frets a D82 and bends the wood for the sides of the guitar.

Washburn makes about four or five handmade acoustic guitars per month, usually with rosewood, koa or maple.



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