Washburn's R319SWKK Parlor acoustic guitar packs serious big time punch in a little parlor-sized 6-string. But don't let its diminutive size fool you. The natural acoustic tones and dynamic range of t... Read More
Washburn's R319SWKK Parlor acoustic guitar packs serious big time punch in a little parlor-sized 6-string. But don't let its diminutive size fool you. The natural acoustic tones and dynamic range of this Washburn guitar will astound.
The Washburn Parlor is a small-bodied guitar that packs in a surprising amount of volume and punch for its size. The popularity of these guitars peaked between the late 19th century until the 1950s, however, they are making a strong resurgence. Because of the size and incredible projection, many blues and folk musicians have used smaller-bodied guitars like the Washburn R319SWKK Parlor Guitar with much success over the years and permanently stapled them as a true-blue American folk guitar.
The secret to its amazing tone and projection lies in its wood. The solid spruce top and trembesi body create balanced tone with lots of dynamic range, not to mention with a beautiful appearance as well. The dovetail neck joint adds strength to the guitar, and helps the overall tone. The Washburn R319SWKK guitar's mahogany neck and the ebony bridge and fretboard add sturdiness to the instrument and clarity to the overall sound. The 24-3/4" scale, 48mm nut width, 16" radius and V neck shape provides comfort when accessing the acoustic guitar's 18 frets.
Dressed in an aged satin finish, and featuring die-cast tuners and chrome hardware, the Washburn Parlor guitar looks like something right out of a museum, with a timeless tone that will never grow old. Order yours today and hear the incredible sound of a parlor. Includes case.
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Great intermediate guitar. My son loves the sound he gets from it.
Like old Washburn parlors, this guitar's neck has an awesomely chunky and sharp V-shape that I absolutely LOVE. It gives my left hand's thumb extra leverage when doing barre chords. Also, it's a slightly wider neck, wide at the nut, which makes it feel more like a classical guitar and gives your fingers a lot of room to work with
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