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Washburn Stealth For Sale


This is a black washburn stealth Guitar.The guitar was signed and then put back in its box and infrequently displayed.It is like new with protective plastic still in place and no nicks or chips from being set down, it has always been stored.It has never been tuned or played. It is basically a brand new guitar.The case is not included in the auction.It will be carefully wrapped in bubble wrap, no tape will contact the guitar itself.It will be packed well in a large guitar shipping box.It can also be picked up in Dallas Texas.

The Dean Stealth Floyd Rose Flame Maple has a gorgeous top and comes in a special Dime Slime finish. It’s armed with a versatile and powerful combination of Dean USA and Seymour Duncan pickups. A Floyd Rose 1000 tremolo bridge with locking nut is onboard to cover any tremolo or dive-bombing effects you care to make. The neck has a comfortable V profile along with an ebony fretboard and razorblade inlay. Comes with case.

Dean Guitars’ mission has always been to produce the finest guitars in the world. They want to help musicians be as passionate about making music as they are about creating instruments that are played on the most prestigious stages, and in the best studios, around the world. Since 1977, their iconic electric and acoustic guitars, basses and other musical instruments have been built to the highest standards in the industry.

Washburn Dime Stealth


Signature Dimebag Darrell styling!
It features Dime’s Stealth body style with beveled edges, Dual WB630 humbuckers, a Floyd Rose-licensed tremolo bridge, locking nut, Grover tuners, the Buzz Feiten tuning system, and tons of attitude. Has a one-piece mahogany body, a fast V-shaped neck, and a rosewood fingerboard with jumbo frets. Dual-color gloss finish. Be careful with this guitar or you just might hurt somebody!
washburn dime 3st FEATURES
Stealth body style with beveled edges
One-piece mahogany body
V-shaped neck
Rosewood fingerboard
Jumbo frets
Dual WB630 humbuckers
Floyd Rose-licensed tremolo bridge
Locking nut
Grover tuners
Buzz Feiten tuning system

Dimebag Had many custom Stealths, one of the most popular being the Reinventing The Steel Diamondplate Stealth.These were only a few of the stealths he had.The sound of this guitar is where it really gets a chance to stand out. This guitar would appear to be made for all out metal and nothing else, but in this instance you definitely should NOT judge a book by it’s cover. I play a variety of musical styles, admittedly it’s mainly metal, but if I hear a song that I like it’s genre won’t stop me from learning it. I have learnt a fair few pop, classic rock, country / western songs as well. This guitar can play any of those brilliantly.There is almost no rust on any metallic parts, apart from the screws in the pickup housings, which is surprising, again considering it’s age. I have never had any issues with this guitar’s reliability and I would gladly gig without a backup and not a care in the world. The finish doesn’t seem to have worn anywhere except a little bit on the back of the guitar where the plastic strap buckle bas been pressed against it.

Washburn Stealth


The Washburn stealth was designed by Dimebag Darrell Abbott Of Pantera and Damageplan and put a guitar in production by Washburn guitars from 2000-2004. The guitar was based on the Dean Guitars ML body shape but with sharper points.In 2008, Dean started to produce a cheap imitation of the Washburn Stealth following Dime and Washburn’s designs.

The St-Pro, or Stealth Pro was a second import Steath model Washburn was started manufacturing in 2003/2004. It featured a Set Neck and Mahogany body such as the USA made Stealth’s. All USA specs and hardware were used, except they went with the USA Dime3 offset headstock instead of the symmetrical stealth headstcok. Finishes came in Transblack and Cherryburst.

washburn stealth 2st Specs:
Mahogany Body
Thin “V” Shape Neck–“V” tapers gradually to a “C” toward the neck joint
Rosewood Fingerboard
22 Jumbo Frets
Schallar Floyd Rose Tremolo
Seymour Duncan Dimebucker / Seymour Duncan ’59 Pickups
3 Way Toggle Switch
2 Volume & 1 Tone Speed Knobs
Grover 18:1 Tuners
Black Hardware
Set Neck
Lightning Bolt inlays

In 2004 Washburn Discontinued the Stealth guitars because Dimebag had gone back to Dean. Dean now makes Stealth which have a smaller body and a Razorback headstock.