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Adam Bedore, known also as Anjin Design, has partnered with Washburn Guitars to add custom graphics to the X16G14 & X16G13, WI16G12 & WI16G15 and WV16G12 & WV16G11 guitars. Anjin Design has created six custom designs with decidedly evil imagery. Each design focuses on a skull creeping out of background textures.
Nestled behind the bridge of the WV16G11 are two skulls that appear to be lurking behind a hole ripped into the middle of a large checkered flag. The X16G14 and the WI16G15 are smothered in the smoky, ghost-like image of a screaming skull. The WV16G12 and the WI16G12 appear as glowing embers with profiles of skulls creating the atmosphere of fire. The last of these custom images features a flaming skull on the X16G13 jumping from a background reminiscent of the Japanese rising sun flag.
Each of the guitars customized with Anjin Design's images is made of hardwood.
X16G14 & X16G13 Specifications:
WI16G12 & WI16G15 Specifications:
WV16G12 & WV16G11 Specifications:
For more information, visit their web site at www.washburn.com