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Waterloo WL-14 Scissortail (Madison)

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Price: $2,439.00

Condition: New
Item Code: WL1867.

Product Description

Drawing its name from the Scissor-tailed Flycatcher – a bird species common to the Central Texas Hill Country – the WL-14 Scissortail is a special edition WL-14 that pays homage to the “Oriole” guitars produced by Kalamazoo between 1940 and 1942. Here are the details: Natural, Semi-gloss Nitrocellulose lacquer finish, Solid Spruce top, Tigerstripe Celluloid pickguard, Vintage inspired X bracing, Solid Maple back and sides, Tortoise bound top, back, and soundhole, Indian Rosewood fingerboard with the 6mm Acrylic Dot inlays on a Prominent V profile shaped Mahogany neck, 24 7/8th” scale length, 1 3/4” width at the nut, Golden Age Restoration tuners, With hardshell case

Additional Information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 21 × 48 in


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