The parlor/New Yorker style guitars were the most popular steel-string acoustics back in the late 1800`s and early 1900`s. The rise of dreadnought, jumbo and other big body styles pushed the compact-sized parlor aside. Today, parlors are mostly popular with blues and country players who want that distinct vintage tone.
R314KK is on the trail of early Washburn acoustics (late 19th/early 20th centuries), both stylistically and sonically. It offers a non-cutaway body, short 24-3/4" scale, period-accurate styling, and distressed hardware. Main construction features include trembesi back & sides, two-piece spruce top, mahogany neck (V contour), and 18-fret ebony fingerboard (Fancy 1890 inlays, 1-89" bone nut).
Other notable features include quarter-sawn spruce bracing, ebony bridge, vintage open-gear tuners, and vintage finish.
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