Washburn mandolin dating
The Washburn M1S Bluegrass Mandolin is ideal for traditionalists who want the kind of tone and projection that Washburn instruments are renowned for.
The selection changes frequently, and cool instruments arrive on a regular basis. Click here for a description of our "on hold" policy. Peghead is blank as made by Gibson, but it has the original Gibson label inside. All hardware and finish is original showing a little playing wear. All finish and hardware are original except missing the pickguard. No major structural issues and the finish is original. Comes with the original hardshell case, also in very clean condition.... 200 C 18) Near mint condition with a sunburst finish. EM-150 mandolins were used by Tiny Moore and Johnny Gimble on their classic recordings. Mandolin has just been set up buy my luthier so it plays right.Original sunburst finish and hardware, Adirondack spruce top with F holes, dark stained nicely figured maple back, sides and neck, white script silkscreened "Gibson" peghead logo, clam shell tailpiece cover, amber tuning buttons, original ebony nut, fretboard and bridge. If you would like additional images of a specific instrument please email your request.It has a back brace, so according to book it is an A50. Click here for how to order and return policy information Click here for information on selling your instrument to me Click here for condition and case abbreviations Click here to return to the home page for Mandolin World Headquarters..Guitars! A31891) Excellent condition, cherry sunburst finish. This is same finish as the famous Les Paul sunburts, and like the Pauls it has fadedd to a beautiful orange color.These were used a lot in bluegrass as not everyone could afford a F5. This has an odd stamp on the back of the peghead - its stamped "cull". The Gibson A5 has had a lot of different configurations over the years.Nice playing and sounding instrument with no issues. I would think that would mean a second of some sort, but I see no issues with the mandolin. This era A5 has the oval soundhole and the two point body shape, as used by Jethro Burns.
Looks like it might have had Grover tuners on it at one time.