~ Heritage facts, photos + ID thread ~

Discussion in 'Other Single-Cuts' started by reborn old, Jan 16, 2015.

  1. reborn old

    reborn old Senior Member

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    I don't own a Heritage, but after seeing that stunning 150 example swampblues posted a few months ago,
    I sure wished I did ... or knew more about them at least.

    I'm aware of a Heritage forum elsewhere, but thought a dedicated thread here might be worthwhile to
    some members of this sub-forum ?
     
  2. syndromet

    syndromet Senior Member

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    Great playing guitars, often with great tops. i'b buy one before I'd buy a G.
     
  3. jwk0522

    jwk0522 Senior Member

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    Love my H-150!
     
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  4. jimmyjames

    jimmyjames Senior Member

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    :photos: (please)
     
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  5. swampblues

    swampblues Senior Member

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    Heritage Custom Order H-150 59 spec's. Special sounding guitar for sure
     

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  6. SouthpawGuy

    SouthpawGuy Senior Member

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    Three of my solid body Heritage single cuts

    150 in vintage burst, 2003 model with SD Pearly Gates
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    157 in black, 2003 model with Schaller pickups
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    137 in old style burst, 2006 model with Fralin noise free P90s
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    All solid wood, no chambering or weight relief on any of them, the 150 weighs 8.2lbs, the 157 is 9.4lbs and the 137 is 9 lbs.
     
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  7. Grand Pappy

    Grand Pappy Senior Member

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    I have an H-535 mfg in 1999
    Seth Lover P.U's
    Very versatile. Sounds, looks and plays beautifully!
    :naughty:
     

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  8. Liquid State

    Liquid State Premium Member

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    lots of very nice guitars here.
     
  9. swampblues

    swampblues Senior Member

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    I have owned 9 in all and never had a bad one. The older ones didn't seem to be as great as the newer ones. I only know the 150 Custom Order is very close to the best guitar I've owned and I've had a few:naughty:. I wouldn't hesitate owing a few more if I can including a 535 which is a sweet one too.
     
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    Mosster47 Senior Member

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    This guitar keeps me up at night. Literally, here I am, it's 10:40pm and I'm looking at your guitar. I have to be up at 5am.

    Just a stunner!
     

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