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Your best bet is to take it into a reputable music store that sells everything from custom made high
end modell guitars, electric, acoustic/acoustic electric to classical. Get an appraisal by a professional DO NOT GO TO A PAWN SHOP OR ANY BUY AND SELL ONLINE SITES (Craigslist, Kijiji, eBay etc.) They will either low ball you to try and rip you off or won't have a clue what they're talking about. Long & McQuade has always been solid for me and there's this really nice high end music store in my city that are proffessional musicians (university degrees up the the Ying/Yang)
I doubt this is much help but it's what I would do. The other most obvious is to lookup the Washburn website and most likely they'll have online help via I.M.

Washburn Music | Answered on Jul 07, 2019


Try a Google search. Or a Wikipedia search.

Washburn Music | Answered on Jun 29, 2019


https://www.washburn.com/customer-support/

Washburn Music | Answered on Dec 22, 2018


It probably has corrosion going to the battery pack, take it apart and get it resolder, at the batt

Washburn NEW PRO... | Answered on Sep 18, 2018


Often, the flashing green light indicates that the tuner is NOT receiving a signal and is a warning that the tuner is turned on.

First thing is to check if you have normal output from the guitar from the pickup. If the output is normal, there MAY be a failure in the tuner.

ALSO, just because a battery is new doesn't mean the battery isn't depleted... either try another from a different batch or use a voltmeter to check it. I have seen people chasing their tails due to a brand new bad battery.

When you select the tuner does the audio OUT of the guitar cut off as it is supposed to?

Washburn D10sbc... | Answered on Aug 18, 2018


Move the speakers away from the microphone, or turn the volume down.

Washburn Music | Answered on Jun 11, 2018


Sure, if you want! It may sound a little "tinny' i.e. lots of treble, but a have two different hollow body guitars that I'll strum, or whatever.
Having said that, the guitar was designed with the idea of plugging it in. But it's your guitar, so rock out!

Washburn Music | Answered on May 26, 2018


might just be the pickups and their age. or a faulty cable

Washburn Music | Answered on Jan 21, 2018


You need to get a luthier to help out but basically, with the allen key, adjust the neck to give you a 2.5mm gap between the bottom E and the fret board on the 12th fret.

Washburn WD10... | Answered on Dec 24, 2017

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