Roadhouse USA location:
Washburn EC29 Rainbow Firecrackle Guitar 29 Fret-Stephens Extended Cutaway.
If you are reading this, you know what this guitar is….
Here is another very rare EC29 in Rainbow Crackle. This one is not as pristine as some of the examples I have had in the past, but nonetheless, it is still a very cool, collectable guitar.
Shows some dings here and there (I tried to picture the worst) and the pickups have been changed out to Duncans.
Overall the neck is great and the frets are also in great condition.
These guitars are becoming nearly impossible to find and every time I get one in it does not stick around. Here is a chance to get one at a cheaper than usual price.
Comes with nice hard case that fits the guitar perfectly.
The Washburn EC29 model (also called the Spitfire II or Challenger II model depending on which catalog you look at) was introduced by WASHBURN in 1987. It was designed by Stephen Davies – with his extended cutaway and 29 frets. Above the 24th fret this model has compensated (thinner) fretwire to improve playability.
It had a through body neck and was a high-quality superstrat. The EC29 was discontinued around 1989 – with less than 2000 instruments made in total.