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Washburn's New Limited Edition Rare Wood Series

Washburn calls the acoustics, "The Most Beautiful Guitars in Existence"

Chicago, IL  (September 9, 2008) -- Two models have been added to Washburn''s new Limited Edition Rare Wood Series -- the D49SPK and the D49CESPK. With spalted maple tops, and spalted maple back and sides, Washburn has dubbed these, "The Most Beautiful Guitars in Existence."


D49SPK

D49CESPK

These limited edition guitars are furnished with abalone headstock inlay and decorative ebony bridge pins. They feature rosewood fretboards, triangle Mother of Pearl and abalone inlays, and Grover Exclusive Ebonite Button tuners. The acoustic electric, D49CESPK, also features B-Band pre-amp electronics. Both guitars come with a certificate of authenticity.

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