In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, parlor (otherwise known as New Yorker and 0) was among the most popular steel-string body shapes. Today, parlors are still popular, mostly among country and blues musicians and range from beginner to boutique class.
R360K is one of six members of Washburn`s Parlor series. It costs $599 (second most expensive model in the lineup) and offers a non-cutaway parlor body, 24-3/4" scale, Biscuit type resonator cone, distressed hardware, and vintage styling. Main construction features include trembesi back & sides (solid), solid spruce top (white binding, metal resonator), V-shaped mahogany neck, and 18-fret rosewood fingerboard (1.89" nut, Fancy 1890`s style inlays).
Other notable features include a rosewood bridge, quarter-sawn spruce bracing, and open-gear tuners.
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