This collector's piece has been lovingly created to replicate the exact feel and look of the 1800's vintage Washburn Parlor guitar... the kind that sells for thousands of dollars in vintage shops across the country. >More
The Washburn WCSD30SK features a Solid Sitka Spruce top, Zebrawood back, sides, bridge, headstock cap and pickguard, multi-lam binding, mahogany neck with maple fingerboard, diecast tuners, 25.5" scale, gloss finish, and comes equipped with DAddario EXP-16 coated strings. >More
Now you can easily take your guitar with you anywhere. Play the Rover any place or time. Now you can easily take your guitar with you anywhere. The high-quality RO10 steel string guitar is built with a Solid Spruce top, a Mahogany neck and body, Rosewood fingerboard, and quality geared tuners. The package comes complete with case, instructional CD ROM, strap, and 3 picks. >More
Washburn originally introduced the Lakeside Jumbo model in 1912 and it is considered the first dreadnought sized guitar. It bridged the gap between smaller bodied parlor guitars of the late 19th and early 20th century and modern day dreadnought and jumbo acoustic guitars. >More
The Cadiz, this classical treatment plays comfortably and has exceptional balance between registers. Washburn's use of the finest Mahogany, Rosewood, and Spruce allows projection of the crisp, articulate timbre of the nylon strings. >More
With the spirit and desire to create the perfect stage and studio ready instrument, Washburn and Nuno teamed up to create the EA20SNB. The EA20SNB guitar is a thin jumbo style acoustic/electric with a Florentine cutaway for extended upper fret access. It features a book matched solid Alaskan Sitka spruce top with quarter sawn scalloped bracing and gorgeous book matched rosewood back and sides. >More
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