I have what appears to be a typical Washburn parlor guitar from 1910 to 1920. It is about a single O size, with the typical Washburn truncated pyramid ebony bridge. BRW sides and back, and a single…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by George Roberts Oct 24.
This is the Bruno guitar that when I bought it had the back held on with duct tape. When I went to match the back up with the sides, there was a marked concavity to the outside of the back. The…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Vallillo Mar 24.
This is the Bay State guitar that I work on sporadically. The back has been off as long as I've had it, more than 20 years. When I got to the point where I was going to put the back on again, there…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by George Roberts Mar 7.
I'm working on restoring a little Bay State parlor guitar. I think it dates to the 1890s, and curiously is marked "University of Michigan" with a small paper label in the sound hole, and the same…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by George Roberts Dec 8, 2021.