A steel-string with plenty of brightness and shimmer, there is plenty comfort to this Washburn’s slightly smaller body as well as the smoothness and easiness of the neck when moving around or playing challenging chords. This is an affordable guitar that plays very easy, looks great and sounds quite decent overall. It features the very popular and resonant wood combination of mahogany on the body and Alaskan Sitka Spruce for the top. This was a fun guitar to play, especially for soft, finger picking which brings out the sweetness of its tone. This would be a great fit for a smaller-sized person who may find bigger-bodied guitars a bit too cumbersome.
Top: Alaskan Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides: Mahogany
Fretboard and bridge: Rosewood
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The Heritage 10 Series features one of the most popular, desirable and toneful back and side woods, mahogany. This series also features solid Alaskan Sitka Spruce or solid Cedar tops, Quarter sawn scalloped bracing and Rosewood capped headstock. A pro guitar for novice to pro players. The CE version is perfectly suited to stage performance.