Oscar Schmidt OE40 Hollowbody Electric Guitar  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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A sweet-toned jazz box for the old-school and new-school player.

Washburn Eliminator Jazz Series pickups deliver warm, vintage tone enhanced by the maple top, back, and sides. Appointments include pearl inlays on the rosewood fingerboard and snazzy gold hardware.

  • Eliminator Jazz Series pickup
  • Maple top, back, and sides
  • Pearl inlays on the rosewood fingerboard
  • Gold hardware

You won't find a sweeter deal out there. And our Dual Guarantees assure you'll love it or your money back!

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Absolute JUNK! cheap parts,cheap feel and a really crappy sound. I couldn't return mine fast enough. It was the cheapest feeling worst sounding guitar I've ever played. In order to enjoy this you have never played anything else and it's your first guitar. Good for a 12 year old but no adult would own this after playing it.Keep shopping. Get a cheap artcore if you must, it will still sound cheap but at least you'll get some decent quality. This guitar is pure crap!

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These are good guitars - good for the money. But be prepared to deal with certain problems. The first one I got had a split neck. Unbelievably bad handling or QC, I figured. The second (exchanged for the first) was good all around - except that the electronics picked up crazy amounts of hum. Evidently one must install a ground wire to the tailpiece to deal with this, and raise the pickups also. Until then the hum makes it useless for recording and kind of embarrassing on stage.

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