I just scored a Washburn off craigslist Pretty poorly put together ad, little details, lousy pics. No serial number pictured. I just got my hands on it and back home. I think it's an A20V. The headstock reads: "791233" only. Front of headstock says "Washburn". It is definitely a neck through. I also believe it to be a 5 piece construction neck and all the literature I can find says they are 3 piece necks. It's all black with black binding on the top of the guitar, the back is not bound. It has original looking "George Washburn" labeled matching silver tuners. Unusual (to me) fretboard. I guess it's ebony? The wooden truss rod cover appears to not be original. It looks to have a bone nut with some oddball maybe homemade shim behind it?? (Were stock ones all brass?) It has a tremolo (of the type I've seen on my other likely Matsumoku vintage guitars) that I believe to be stock. The seller covered the missing control area with a long tele style cover but said that it was not originally like that - it was not originally a tele shaped control cover. No strings on the guitar, no pickups, and no pots / controls / wiring. So I'll have to sort that all out. It's much heavier in hand than I thought it would be, not in a bad way, in a solid unified way. I got it and a Fender gig case for a song. I could not play it of course since it was not strung. I will be posting pics next in a little gallery here!