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  1. 2 points
  2. Well, maybe not new... or a custom core, but it is a great guitar that is every bit as nice as any that has come off the dock of 225 Parsons. I think it is a 2006 or 2007. New people to the Heritage brand -you can get some fantastic guitars for a very good price these days.
    1 point
  3. There's the problem. My bathroom scales are always waaaaay off. Notoriously weigh on the high side! 😇
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  4. This has been a very interesting thread to read, as I sit in my little beach shack outside the GATE with the Gulf of Mexico in my backdrop. I love nostalgia. I consider myself a very nostalgic person. But I am not going to lament about the way it used to be. That is the equivalent of lamenting about the hottie in the bar 25 years ago that I missed out on picking up and taking home. I take solace in knowing that I was there when the original guys ran it. I have Heritage guitars ranging from 1992 to 2019. They are all my treasures, they all have a story to tell. They always remind me of the "good ole days" if you will. Those memories will always remain. End of story.
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  5. This post is not intended to but is going to offend some folks... but not the ones who have painstakingly done due diligence on this OP amp's parent's circuit...the high labor, high quality and high parts count Dumble Overdrive Supreme. This one appears to be denigrating an American genius's original, hand crafted art to a lowly price point presentation to the buyer... I believe that this particular so called D-clone insults Howard Alexander Dumble's work. There are those who have closely followed the story since Overdrive Supreme #124 got bought for around 50 grand somewhere around a decade ago and then uncovered the encapsulation around the formerly secret circuit, then first duplicated by a small handful of dedicated, skilled guitar amp mavens. Those guys, some now deceased, the first handful of Dumble Overdrive Supreme cloners would definitely agree... Come time for a potential repair those hand wired as close to exact original Ceriatones and even the slightly more deviant, next generation Dumble derived eyelet and turret board builds from RedPlate of mine can be repaired at home in my experiences. I've had a few small glitches and have done an output tranny swap on one of the Ceriatone #124-ish circuit board U. S. assembled Marsh Overlords with more than satisfying success...not original, not sacred, just easier to work on and actually dial in a real, semi unchaseable signature tone set on. I would run from the OP's D-clone amp even if it were offered to me for free. YMMV
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  6. there are those two formerly owned matching 137's again..............
    -1 points


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