Of all the prewar-inspired Waterloo models, the Waterloo WL-12 Mh perhaps best captures the warm, crisp tone of "Dust Bowl" era instruments—affordable guitars that gave voice to the songs early country, blues, and folk musicians. Like the guitars of yesteryear, the WL-12 Mh is impressively loud, bold, and punchy, yet it remains lightweight, comfortable, compact, and portable. With 12-frets clear of the neck, its 1-3/4" nut width and smooth V neck profile feel substantial, but the feel remains soft and playable. As for sound, the clear, even tone it produces could only come from an all-mahogany guitar.
This 2017 Waterloo WL-12 Mh (#2081) is in near mint condition with minimal signs of playwear and use. The top has just enough of a hint of pick wear to let you know it's a used guitar. There's also a tiny scuff on the back (see photo). Otherwise, this guitar is pristine, and it sounds fantastic. Original case included.