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Washburn R314K 125th Anniversary Parlor Acoustic Guitar with Case

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Aged Natural$399.00

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Product Description

The Washburn R314K Acoustic Guitar has been released in celebration of Washburn’s 125th anniversary in 2008.
This is one killer re-issue parlor guitar! This collector’s piece has been lovingly created to replicate the exact feel and look of the 1800’s vintage Washburn Parlor guitar…the kind that sells for thousands of dollars in vintage shops across the country.

Washburn 125th Anniversary R314K Features

  • Aged Spruce top
  • Rosewood Fingerboard & Bridge
  • Trembesi Back & Sides
  • GC141 Hardshell case included
Washburn Guitars
For over one hundred years, Washburn has built more than just great guitars, they've built a history. The Washburn tradition of craftsmanship and innovation has withstood the tests of economics, brand competition and fashion. Since their birth in Chicago in 1883, the name Washburn has been branded into the world's finest stringed instruments. If your interest in guitars borders on passion, you will settle for nothing less than a Washburn.

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anthony cirillo from fort lauderdale, florida, usa
Overall Rating
Love it. Excellent little guitar. Sounds very sweet for its size
What is your overall opinion of this product?
After having to return a 75 year old parlor guitar to a store because the back was coming undone, I had an itch ever since for one of these v-neck parlors. Was on the fence about this one, because I read good things about the solid wood version. But once I had it in hand, WOW, my fears were put to rest.
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