Washburn WD7S - Natural

6-string Acoustic Guitar with Solid Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, Mahogany Neck, and Rosewood Fingerboard - Natural
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Affordable Acoustic Quality!

Washburn's WD7S Harvest series acoustic guitar offers you distinctly warm tone and great feel for an astoundingly affordable price. With its back and sides of mahogany, the WD7S dreadnought sings with a punchy and warm tone balanced by a top made from solid spruce. A smooth gloss finish and a beautiful rosette made of inlaid wood give this guitar an elegant yet earthy look. Budget doesn't have to mean boring, get your Washburn WD7S from Sweetwater!

Washburn WD7S Acoustic Guitar at a Glance:
  • Washburn's Harvest series combines warm mahogany with solid spruce
  • Washburn - producing quality fretted instruments since 1883
Washburn's Harvest series combines warm mahogany with solid spruce

Washburn's WD7S acoustic dreadnought, like the rest of their Harvest series guitars, features a back and sides made from mahogany topped by solid spruce. This gives you a tone that's extremely warm and focused, yet mellower than rosewood. If you're a singer-songwriter, then you may have just found your new best friend. And if one of your band mates already plays a maple- or rosewood-backed acoustic, then you'll love the way the WD7S fits into the mix.

Washburn - producing quality fretted instruments since 1883

With humble beginnings in Chicago dating back to the 1880s, Washburn is an American institution in musical instrument manufacturing. From guitars to mandolins, banjos, ukuleles, and more, Washburn has a long been a recognized and cherished brand among musicians. Many of the biggest names in folk, blues, and rock 'n' roll have played these well-crafted, quality instrument. Washburn combines quality construction with premium materials to deliver instruments such as the WD7S that are ready to perform on any stage. Call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer to find out more about the WD7S or this iconic brand.

Washburn WD7S Acoustic Guitar Features:
  • A great-looking dreadnought acoustic guitar with warm tone and smooth playing feel
  • Mahogany back and sides topped with solid spruce provide punchy lows and incredible volume
  • Mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard and bridge provide long and full-sounding sustain
  • Timeless dreadnought acoustic body shape balances out the low end and adds even greater projection
  • Custom wood inlaid rosette gives this guitar a distinct look
Get wonderful performance and stunning looks from this affordable Washburn WD7S acoustic dreadnought guitar!

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Tech Specs

String Type Steel
Number of Strings 6
Body Shape Dreadnought
Body Style No Cutaway
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Color Natural
Finish Gloss
Top Wood Solid Spruce
Back & Sides Wood Mahogany
Binding Cream Multi-lam
Neck Wood Mahogany with satin finish
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlay Dots
Number of Frets 20
Scale Length 25.5"
Tuning Machines Chrome Die-cast Tuners
Bridge Material Rosewood
Nut/Saddle Material Bone
Nut Width 1.69"
Strings D'Addario Light , (.012-.053)
Manufacturer Part Number WD7S

Customer Reviews

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Nice Guitar

Really great guitar for $200. Reminds me of the old sixties mahogany Martin Dreadnoughts which I was looking for. Great workmanship and sound. After playing it hard for a couple of weeks is settled in. I love the natural look. The setup needed attention. It came with rather high action. Here is what I did. I checked the neck relief and set it to around .010". Lowered the saddle to 3/32" at the 12th fret. Oiled the fingerboard while the strings were loose (pulled bridge pins and lifted saddle out). Removed the nut and lowered it to .006" clearance at the 1st fret. Finally I lowered the saddle to 5/64" at the 12th fret. Then checked the neck relief by adjusting the tension rod until it played best all over. The nut spacing is nice for ascetics and the neck has nice feel and width but the spacing is too narrow at the nut. I will need to fit a new nut. The nut and saddle are bone colored but made of synthetic materials which are easy to work with by removal and sanding on a flat surface. What would you expect for $200? A perfect set up? It won't happen. The fret work is done well and neck is perfect. It's a great sounding instrument if you are looking for the mahogany dreadnought sound at an affordable price.
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