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    ..and Neil is renowned for using a TWEED DELUXE that runs 6L6's instead of 6V6's just like t...

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    H-150CM LW

    TalismanRich - Today, 04:07 PM

    The antiquities are probably the reason you feel its dark sounding.   They are definitely on...

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    bolero - Today, 04:04 PM

    ..and Neil is renowned for using a TWEED DELUXE that runs 6L6's instead of 6V6's just like t...

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    Heritage moving production..

    bolero - Today, 04:00 PM

    I drove 25 miles one way for breakfast this morning because I really like the place.  ...

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    Cant wait to see and hear it during a visit Bill. What is the connection to Neil Young by the way...

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Yesterday, 09:59 AM

Posted by notbillgelder in Amplification and Effects

Louis Electric Buster amp based on a narrow panel tweed deluxe. 2 channels, huge output transformer, AB1, fixed bias, 12ax7,12at7, 2-6L6, and 5AR4 rectifier tube. Celestion g12-65, 36 lbs. The Louis Electric Buster is designed to provide the classic 6V6/6L6 sound, 18W 6V6 output or 28W 6L6 output. Being a huge Neil Young Fan I could not pass  this one up.




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H-150CM LW

12 Jan 2017

Posted by DLDTEX in Heritage Guitars

I recently purchased a used H-150 that turns out to be chambered. Anybody have any experiences with a chambered H-150. The guitar is very resonant unplugged but rather dark amplified. Feels great to play and weights a little over 8lbs. Would love anybody else experience with a chambered 150. Thanks

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Heritage moving production..

06 Jan 2017

Posted by FredZepp in Heritage Guitars

A Facebook post from Heritage Guitar....



With the impending restoration of our beautiful 99 year old factory space, we will be temporarily relocating our production area to a different part of the building.

Wednesday, January 11 we will be hosting two very special final tours of our factory in it's original condition at 10:30AM & 1:30PM.

Registration is required for these tours. To register please call (269) 385-5721"





Change is on the way at Parsons Street...  the renovation is about to really begin.. 



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