It is with considerable regret and more than a hint of doubt that I'm putting my lovely Waterloo WL-K up for sale.
This is a really beautiful, simple, responsive, loud, resonant and ultra-lightweight instrument that has been a delight to play for the six months I have owned it, and it is only the impact of some recent home improvements (new windows, front door, bathrooms ) that has left me uncomfortably short of funds.
I'm letting a few things go, but thought this might be of interest on here as there are a fair few fans of these guitars (deservedly so).
The guitar plays like a dream, the string height/action is low and buzz-free (unless thrashed hard, but who would do that to this little cutie?) and there is a very healthy amount of saddle showing.
I've been using Newtone Heritage 0.11 gauge strings and these suit the guitar well, if presenting quite a low tension feel.
walkingdecay: Was hoping that when Boris Johnson rushed to Whaley Bridge it meant the failing dam was going to be plugged with lard.
Aug 2, 2019 22:56:12 GMT
Onechordtrick: Stricken with man flu. Off work but no energy to play my new guitar
Aug 6, 2019 15:52:13 GMT
Akquarius: get well soon!
Aug 6, 2019 16:09:01 GMT
martinrowe: The first mandolin I bought - the next day I took a sickie
Aug 6, 2019 18:34:52 GMT
Onechordtrick: Akquarius thanks, martinrowe hoping to find the the sweet spot between well enough to play and well enough to work
Aug 7, 2019 5:45:00 GMT
walkingdecay: When my wife's away I sometimes play mando in bed while watching box sets on the telly. Only downside is that the dogs take the opportunity to join me on the bed. Get well soon Onechordtrick.
Aug 7, 2019 7:47:49 GMT
Onechordtrick: I may just have taken my son out for his first date
Aug 14, 2019 12:42:20 GMT
ocarolan: Shouldn't he be dating someone nearer his own age...?
Aug 14, 2019 16:26:04 GMT