The best qualities of the bygone era, recreated in a beautiful parlor.
The Washburn R314KK parlor guitar combines the quality and beauty of Washburn's vintage series guitars with surprising affordability. The guitar is built on the parlor platform for a rustic design in a small but powerful package. The guitar starts with a spruce top and Trembesi tonewood back and sides for impressive warm tone and unique beauty right out of the box. The mahogany V-neck offers ample dexterity when chording up and down the rosewood fingerboard. The Washburn R314KK parlor guitar comes out of the box looking and feeling like a well-worn old friend. The natural finish, beautiful rope purfling, and antique distressed veneer offers a pure vintage look, while the distinctive tone woods bring out all the sound you could ask for in this blues machine.
Following the tradition of instrument making from the late 1800s, Washburn's Vintage Series guitars have been skillfully "antiqued" to resemble over 100 years of wear. This lovingly recreated version of popular stringed instruments have all the benefits of modern technology with all the romance and passion of the bygone era.
Hardcase shell included.
- Aged finish
- Spruce top
- Trembesi back and sides
- Mahogany V neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Rope purfling on the top edge.
- Rosewood bridge
- Nut width: 48mm
- Frets: 19 (12 open)
- Hardcase shell included
Own an instrument that hearkens back to an era when bluesmen walked the backroads of the Delta.
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Comments about Washburn R314KK Parlor Acoustic Guitar:
This is an old school antique reproduction of what your great grandpa might have played. The binding and inlays are beautiful. The finish is also fairly nice. The neck is "severe" V shape which is surprisingly comfortable. The sound is balanced but I hated the strings it came with. Now, the volume on this little guitar is HUGE. The case is sort of polygon shape and the hardware is crap on the the case. This is good 3rd or 4th guitar. You know, get a normal acoustic, get a great electric and then add this one to the mix.