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    Spanning a century from its birth in jazz-age Chicago, this Style C Tenor plays great and cuts through. It has a maple rim and neck, "donut" tone ring, and a 10-3/4" clear head. Features include 17 fret ebonized fingerboard and a Grover tailpiece installed. Original hard shell case (green lining). Made in USA. On consignment.
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The following specs were provided by our repair and appraisal teams. For a more detailed description please call (517) 372-7880
  • SN No. 570
  • c.1923
  • EC
  • Satin natural finish
  • 1-1/4" nut
  • 7/16" maple rim with black purfling and curly maple endcap
  • 10-3/4" clear head
  • Dowel stick stamped "STYLE C | WASHBURN | No. 570"
  • 22 brackets (8-10 newer nuts installed, 1 shoe doesn't match)
  • Brackets mount into tension hoop (stamped "PAT.APLD.FOR")
  • "Donut" tone ring
  • Grover tailpiece installed
  • 2-piece maple neck with center stripe (small shim installed)
  • Ebony heel cap
  • 17 fret ebonized pearwood fingerboard with pearl dots
  • Ivoroid bound fingerboard
  • Friction tuners with black buttons 
  • 20" scale
  • 5.4 lbs
  • Ebonized pearwood peghead overlay
  • Original hard shell case (green lining) (broken handle)
  • Made in Chicago, USA
  • Consignment 

Washburn Style C Tenor Banjo (c.1923)

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SKU: 80U-212039

Regular price
$650 USD
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$650 USD
Spanning a century from its birth in jazz-age Chicago, this Style C Tenor plays great and cuts through. It has a maple rim and neck, "donut" tone ring, and a 10-3/4" clear head. Features include 17 fret ebonized fingerboard and a Grover tailpiece installed. Original hard shell case (green lining). Made in USA. On consignment.
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The following specs were provided by our repair and appraisal teams. For a more detailed description please call (517) 372-7880
  • SN No. 570
  • c.1923
  • EC
  • Satin natural finish
  • 1-1/4" nut
  • 7/16" maple rim with black purfling and curly maple endcap
  • 10-3/4" clear head
  • Dowel stick stamped "STYLE C | WASHBURN | No. 570"
  • 22 brackets (8-10 newer nuts installed, 1 shoe doesn't match)
  • Brackets mount into tension hoop (stamped "PAT.APLD.FOR")
  • "Donut" tone ring
  • Grover tailpiece installed
  • 2-piece maple neck with center stripe (small shim installed)
  • Ebony heel cap
  • 17 fret ebonized pearwood fingerboard with pearl dots
  • Ivoroid bound fingerboard
  • Friction tuners with black buttons 
  • 20" scale
  • 5.4 lbs
  • Ebonized pearwood peghead overlay
  • Original hard shell case (green lining) (broken handle)
  • Made in Chicago, USA
  • Consignment