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Washburn J28 Cumberland

Posted on 18/10/2012 by ozzy in Guitars

Roger Waters played this natural color jumbo guitar that appeared to be Washburn J28 during his first year of In the flesh tour (1999). The next year he replaced it with an Eric Clapton signature models by C. F. Martin: Bellezza Nera and the 000-28ECB.

Roger's J28 is (most likely) a SCEDL model (the S stands for solid top, CE designates this model as a cutaway electric, DL indicates that this is the deluxe model).

The Washburn J28 SCEDL Cumberland series jumbo body acoustic-electric guitar features deep cutaway neck access, solid spruce top and natural finish. Other features also include quilted maple back and sides and a shaped rosewood bridge. When you need to plug in, you will use the B-Band tape mic and preamp. The Maple neck has a 20 fret rosewood fingerboard, and 18:1 gear ratio gold tone Grover tuners on the rosewood veneered headstock.

Roger Waters | Washburn J28 Cumberland

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