He couldn’t have been a nicer guy. Good to see that he’s doing well. He’s working on some really cool stuff reviving the Harmony brand and injecting life into Heritage....btw, Heritage had an aged Goldtop 57, an aged blue 535 (their version of the 335) and an aged special on display that were about as good as I’ve ever played. Edwin also hinted at some redesigns to the Heritage line. I tried to buy the Goldtop and 535 on the spot but they weren’t selling floor models. I don’t know what they’ve done, but there is a noticeable jump in feel and quality. Harmony had a few prototype amps and guitars on display and they were also fantastic. Their amps just sounded killer. The guitars had a thin body with a nice fat neck.