Hawk, model B.

Manufacturer: probably Yamaki
Years Offered: 1979 - 1981

Body:  arched top, double cutaway, bound edges
Body Wood(s): ash, ash top, also ash top layer on headstock
Neck Wood: 3 piece, maple-rosewood-maple, neck-through
Fingerboard: rosewood, dot inlays, bound edges
Frets: 22
Scale: 630 mm
Tuners: Washburn die-cast, sealed, 3xR, 3xL
Pickups: 2x “Washburn Power Sustain” humbucker, two height adjustment screws on top side.
Electronics:  2xV, 2xT, 3-way pickup selector
Bridge-Tailpiece: Washburn “Harmonic Lock”, string through body
Hardware: chrome, brass saddles, bone nut
Finish: tobacco sunburst, see through wine red, see through black, solid black, candy apple red
Comment: control cavity cover (squary shape) and trussrod cover made of wood, jack input on the side of the guitar, serial nr. is 6 digits only, stamped on back of headstock. This is the most common version of the Hawk.

The last (1981) run of B-model  guitars have the name Hawk printed in italic on the (plastic?) trussrod cover, the electronics cover is made of black aluminium and the guitars have a carved "comfort cutaway" backside, like the B-model Eagle.