Open Box (Mint) Washburn Festival EA20 Spruce Top Acoustic Cutaway Electric Mini Jumbo Flame Maple Guitar with 4-Band EQ
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A versatile Washburn guitar with a spruce top, flamed maple back & sides, and an on-board preamp.
The Washburn Festival EA 20 acoustic-electric guitar is made with a spruce top and flamed maple back and sides. This versatile guitar has a mahogany neck that is topped with a rosewood fingerboard. Features include a rosewood bridge, chrome die-cast Grover style tuning machines, 4-band WT-92 Preamp with built-in tuner, white binding on body and neck, and a buff gloss finish.
Washburn guitars represent some of the best values on the market today. These handcrafted guitars use premium woods & materials and sound as great as they look. Compare the Washburn Festival guitar to acoustics costing twice the price and you'll be amazed at the tonal quality and value that is unique among guitars. Case sold separately.
- Mini Jumbo guitar with cutaway
- Spruce top
- Flamed maple sides & back
- Mahogany neck with trussrod
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Rosewood bridge
- Buffed gloss body
- White binding
- Buffed gloss neck
- Rosewood capped headstock
- Chrome die-cast Grover style tuners
- 4-band WT-92 Preamp with built-in tuner
- Guitar case sold separately
Order an affordable stage-ready Washburn guitar today!
Festival EA20 Spruce Top Acoustic Cutaway Electric Mini Jumbo Flame Maple Guitar with 4-Band EQ Specifications:
- Scale length: 25-11/16"
Nut width: 1.69" (43mm)
Number of frets: 20
Fretboard radius: 16"
Upper bout: 10-11/16"
Lower Bout: 14-15/16"
Total length: 39-3/4"
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Comments about Washburn Festival EA20 Spruce Top Acoustic Cutaway Electric Mini Jumbo Flame Maple Guitar with 4-Band EQ:
This guitar was not playable and was used and returned previously. Obviously no one at 123 Music ever examined it or tried to play it. What a waste of time and money, it cost me over one quarter of the purchasr price to return it. The first 2 frets on the neck were unplayable and rattled due to lack of sufficient clearance. Washburn guitars are well rated but NOT this one !
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