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  • #107628
    unknown-user
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    Does anyone know if Washburn guitars and Washburn harps are the same company? I heard that Washburn guitars are really great and collectible. Are Washburn harps really great too? Anyone know anything about it?

    #107629
    adam-b-harris
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    I was unaware that Washburn made harps. The quality of their guitars varies depending on when they were made and in what country and what quality control was like at the time. I’ve seen some decent ones and I’ve seen some shockers. So if they are made by the same company, I would do some homework on it first (which it looks like you are doing).

    As for collectibility, I’m of the mind that ALL musical instruments are collectible. Probably why I have three banjos and no girlfriends. I’n general terms, a “vintage” Washburn guitar could be seen as collectible I suppose.

    Good luck on your quest

    adam

    #107630
    unknown-user
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    Hey Adam! Or should I say “g’day mate” ha ha!! I’m not gonna

    #107631
    Tacye
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    For Washburn harps have you found this?

    http://www.harpcolumn.com/forum/message-view?message_id=282934

    L&H also made guitars under the Washburn name.

    #107632
    unknown-user
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    Thanks Tayce! That is a great thread!

    #107633
    adam-b-harris
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    Ah Natty you have found me out.

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