Washburn`s Parlor series is currently six models strong, consisting of four regular parlors and two parlor-sized resonator models. None of the models feature onboard electronics, nor are they available as options. Price tags hover in the $300-$650 region.
R320SWRK costs $649 and is the series` most expensive model. Also, it is the one with the heaviest infusion of authentic late 19th century features. Some of these include the Tree of Life fingerboard inlays, vintage-style bridge, and authentic headstock with open-gear tuners. Core construction features include solid rosewood back & sides, solid spruce soundboard (white/abalone binding, abalone rosette), V-shaped mahogany neck, and 18-fret ebony fingerboard (1.89" bone nut).
Other important features include an ebony bridge, quarter-sawn scalloped Sitka spruce bracing, and open-gear tuners.
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