1926 Washburn 5202

$3,599

Located in Portland, OR



Description

For your consideration a 1926 Washburn 5202 Parlor with a Natural finish! Aw inspiring! Made by Lyon and Healy in Chicago in the 20s it is a killer example of the high quality instrument being produced in Chicago at the turn of the century! Players with be shocked at how loud this little guitar is! Beautiful tonal range, not lacking in any register (surprisingly bassy!). Sailor caps head stock! Truly taken back by the amazing sound of this little guitar!

Specs! This guitar is in good condition. It has had a neck reset. Its been refretted. It has a new bone nut. The top cracks have been cleated. It has a new Ebony bridge. The original bridge plate has been repaired. New bone saddle. Tons of cool checking around the sides of the body and bottom of neck. 1.75″ nut width. Spanish Cedar neck with a depth of .86″ at the first fret and 1.20″ at the twelfth fret (V-Shape). Ebony fingerboard with a flat radius. Refretted with 18 Jumbo frets currently in very good condition. Spruce top with rosewood back and sides. Comes with a non-original hard shell case. Weighs 3 pounds and 6 ounces.

Details

Year: 1926

Model: 5202

Serial: 12497

Case: Comes with a non-original hard shell case.

Weight: Weighs 3 pounds and 6 ounces.

Condition: This guitar is in good condition.

Modifications: This guitar has had a neck reset. It has had a refret. It has a new bone nut. The bridge has been replaced. Original bridge plate has been repaired. New bone saddle. Top cracks have been cleated. Tons of cool finish checking around the sides and heel of neck.

Comments: Extremely impressive 94 year old parlor!