R360 Reso Spalt Maple


R360 Reso Spalt Maple

Color: Natural


Based on designs Washburn used over 100 years ago, the R360 Resonator Spalt Maple is a parlor guitar with a biscuit resonator cone. It has the look and feel of a guitar that would have been made in the early 20th century and played well since. It features a Spalted Maple top back and sides with a mahogany neck. The old style slotted head stock features distressed classical style tuners and classy pearl Washburn 1930’s logo and design. The rosewood fingerboard showcases period correct traditional pearl inlays and has a 1-7/8″ nut width to facilitate finger picking or slide styles. A custom cover plate with antique bronze finish matches the tailpiece and tuner hardware. Mirror image f holes adorn both sides of the fingerboard extension.

With the current popularity of Folk and Americana music styles, the R360 Spalt Maple brings a unique voice to the genre, thanks to its smaller body. Players looking to add new colors to their tonal palate via slide or finger style will find the R360 Spalt Maple to be the ideal instrument.


Body & Construction

Top Wood Spalted Maple
Back Wood Spalted Maple
Sides Spalted Maple
Bracing Quarter Sawn Scalloped-X
Type Americana Instruments
Shape Parlor
Style Resonator


Color Natural
Finish Matte
Strings D'addario EJ42 Resophonic light gauge


Neck Wood Satin Mahogany with 2 way Truss Rod
Fretboard Rosewood
Number Of Frets 18 frets
Inlays Washburn 1889, Style 306
Nut Bone
Nut Width 1-7/8
Scale 24-3/4


Hardware Distressed Bronze hardware
Bridge Rosewood
Tuners Distressed Bronze

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1883, Chicago. George Washburn begins a legacy of greatness with the first Washburn stringed instruments, bringing quality instruments priced for home musicians. In 1889, Washburn becomes the largest mandolin maker in America.


In the early 20th century Washburn continues to lead with quality guitars, banjos, and madolins. In 1912, Washburn releases the Lakeside Jumbo, the first dreadnought guitar. In 1930, Washburn merges with Tonk Brothers and releases the Solo Deluxe, the precursor of the auditorium style guitar and one of the best-selling guitars created.


With the onset of the 1970's, Washburn releases the Wing series, our first electric models. The Wing series continues the Washburn standard by delivering a show quality instrument at a home artist price. In the 80’s and 90’s the Washburn Festival series revitalizes the art of acoustic performance, contributing to the rise of "unplugged" performances.


For over 135 years, Washburn has been committed to providing the highest quality instruments. Whether it's a guitar, banjo, or mandolin – if it’s a Washburn, it won’t let you down.