Located in Portland



Holding history in your hands is part of the thrill of owning a true vintage guitar like this sweet Washburn parlor.  This instrument has had its share of repairs and replacements (see SPECS), but at its core it is a proud 80+ year-old survivor that would be happy to make a place for itself in your home.  

If you're interested in purchasing this instrument, please feel free to call us at the shop for a full in-hand description and to answer any questions you may have.


Engraved Nickel 3-on-a-Plate Tuners

"13732" on Back of Headstock

1 3/4" Bone Nut

Likely Mahogany V-Shaped Neck with 24 5/8" Scale Length

Neck Depth .84" from 1st Fret to Heel

18 Narrow Tall Fret (Re-Fret)

Ebony Fingerboard with Flat Radius

Ebony Bridge with Bone Saddle

Replaced Bridge Plate Needs Re-Gluing

Spruce Top with Brazilian Rosewood Back & Sides

Top Cracks Glued and Cleated

Some Re-Glued Binding

Weight 3 lbs 2 oz

Non-Original Soft Shell Case

Serial Number 15202


Year : 1930s
Model : Parlor Guitar
Finish : Natural
Case : Non-Original Soft Shell Case
Weight : 3 lbs 2 oz
Condition : Good