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Offline texrose57

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Washburn mandolin M-2
« on: May 24, 2013, 12:41:05 PM »
My father just past and left me a Washburn mandolin Model M-2 serial no. 962. It has the name Jethro Burns engraved on it. Can anyone tell me anything about this instrument? Year it was made? Worth? Type of wood used. It has no scratches or dings. It is a beautiful instrument kept in a case when not being played. It is A style.

Offline philpm

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Re: Washburn mandolin M-2
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2013, 11:11:42 AM »
Not really seeing much out there about the Jethro Burns A-styles.  Do you have any pictures you can post?  The one small bit of info that I was able to find indicated a solid spruce top and maple back and sides for the construction.
On and off newbie player for about 20 years.

'08 Washburn WD-114SK (currently residing in Denver)
'10 Washburn WMJ11S
'09 Cherry Epiphone Dot
'13 Epiphone Thunderbird IV