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Waterloo WL-14 Mh

The Waterloo WL-14MH is a throwback to Gibson’s early 14 fret all mahogany L-0 models built in late 1932. With its X-braced mahogany top and 14 fret neck bridge placement the WL-14MH has a wonderfully dry, woody, and resonant voice that’s perfect for old timey country blues, or just about any other rootsy fingerpicking style or flatpicked single-note playing. The rounded neck barrel feels great in your hand, and the string spacing of 2-3/8” at the bridge affords all kinds of real estate for your right hand to do its thing. Nut width of 1-3/4” and 24.65” scale - just like the oldies.

Solid mahogany body, unscalloped X bracing, ebony rectangle bridge with bone saddle and ebony pins. Rosewood fingerboard with pearloid dot markers, ebony nut, Golden Age tuners with vintage cream buttons. Cream body and soundhole bindings, tortoise celluloid pickguard, stencilled Waterloo headstock logo.

With hardshell case

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