20 Most Recent Washburn Electric Guitars Modelno X11B Questions & Answers


Washburn... | Answered on Mar 18, 2011

generally natural wood is very predictable in its tonal qualities. Mahogany produces a nice mellow tone (were speaking acoustic guitars here). spruce has a brighter tone. natural wood is also more esthically pleasing (pardon my spelling). there is nothing wrong with composite and man made materials, its more a matter of taste. I prefer solid wood myself, but have played ovations which are fiberglass backed and they are fine too.

Washburn... | Answered on Mar 11, 2011

If the guitar is active and the battery is dead you will not get any sound. If the output jack or some of the controlls have been twisted and may have broken the connections on the inside.

Washburn... | Answered on Feb 11, 2011

In a guitar with 3 pickups a 5 way switch works like this. With the switch all the way forward( towards the tuning pegs) the pickup closest to the tuning pegs or end of the neck is completely on ( if your volume control is all the way on). The next position (moving away from the tuning pegs or neck) is a combination of the neck pickup and the middle pickup. The third position moving away from the neck is completely the middle pickup. The fourth position is a combination of the middle pickup and the bridge ( where the strings are fastened) and the fifth position is completely the bridge.

Washburn... | Answered on Nov 16, 2010

we do not value anything here at fixya sorry

Washburn Music | Answered on Dec 29, 2019

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


Washburn Music | Answered on Dec 22, 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

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