A Great Hollowbody with a Sleek Look and an Amazing Price
To add to Washburn’s reputation of making fantastic hollowbody guitars, here is the HB17CB. Featuring a modern look highlighted by a florentine cutaway, this is a guitar meant for a player who wants a fresh look the same great sound that is synonymous with Washburn.
The HB17 is made with a mahogany top, back, sides and neck with rosewood fingerboard. The body is finished in matte black and features all black hardware including Grover® 18:1 tuners.
The HB17CB features active humbucker pickups, giving players a wide range of modern sounds, while maintaining the feel of a classic hollowbody. The HB17CB will debut at NAMM 2012 and will be available for $890.90.
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