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Again thank you so much for the info,  it's greatly appreciated.  A correction though it has a cedar neck with ebony fret board, nut, and bridge.  Well the boss will be pleased with its value and it looks like I had better get busy on it. The hardest part will likely chasing down an original tuner assembly as one has been replaced.




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Thank you very much for the info.   It has mahogany /ebony neck and 3 fret markers.   The music store I work at dug this up and asked me if I could take a look at it and see if it was worth repairing.  One look at the rosewood sides was all I needed to tell them yes.  So I'm currently planning on resetting neck and dealing with some cracks in body.   I have attached some more pictures.  Happy to see that this forum is here so I can learn more about this guitar after saving it from being tossed in the dumpster.




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Hi I'm new to this forum and am interested in finding out more information about a washburn New Model that I am going to start some repair work on.   Stamped inside is the following, the George Washburn stamp,  New Model stamp,  a #2 on braces under soundboard,  and serial number 30668, style 202.  Any idea of age or what the style 202 model was would be greatly appreciated.

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