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Rainsong WS1000N2T (Madison 608-405-8770)

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Price: $2,349.00

Condition: New
Item Code: WS19108.

Product Description

The WS is a wonderfully versatile guitar. Combining the best qualities of large and small bodied guitars, it is ideally suited for a variety of musical situations. A large, deep chamber gives the WS strong projection and rich bass. The narrow waist and tight upper bout allow for a ringing treble, good balance and clear definition of individual notes. Overall, the WS is impeccably balanced. The shapely curves and light weight make the WS a comfortable guitar to cradle or stand with. The extra deep cutaway encourages playing up the fretboard. Copper Burst, All-graphite construction, 1 3/4″ nut width, Fishman Prefix Plus T electronics, with hardshell case.

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Additional Information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 21 × 9 × 47 in

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