Washburn Style 1135 Banjeaurine by W.A. Cole (c.1913)
Built for Washburn by W.A. Cole in Boston, this banjeaurine has a V-profile mahogany neck and a 17 fret ebony fingerboard with fancy engraved pearl inlays. The 1/2” thick black painted rim has an ~11" skin head and a brass hoop tone ring. It’s tuned to A and is currently set up with Aquila Nylgut strings. A very rare model, this instrument is in very good-excellent condition. More Details...
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A great setup can make a world of difference. This instrument has been thoroughly inspected and expertly set up to play comfortably and sound its best.
Elderly Warranty: None Manufacturer's Warranty: None
- Mahogany neck with V-profile and boat shaped heel
- 17-fret ebony fingerboard with engraved pearl inlays
- 1-9/32" nut
- ~21-5/8" scale
- ~11" skin head
- Black painted 1/2" rim
- Brass hoop tone ring
- 24 brackets
- Grooved tension hoop
- Cammed No Knot tailpiece
- Tuned to A (aEAC#E) with Aquila Nylgut strings
- Replacement tuners and 5th string peg
- Cole's Eclipse "Man in the Moon" headstock inlays
- Period hardshell case