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The maple H575 vs The spruce/mahogany H575 vs my Soloway...

Today, 12:48 PM

Posted by jimsoloway in Heritage Guitars

These are three versions of an excerpt from my arrangement on Little Wing. It began as an exercise in recording stereo reverb using a TC Electronics Arena reverb pedal (an OEM version of the HOF). The first version was done with my Soloway Gosling tuned to standard pitch. The second version was done with my spruce/mahogany Heritage custom long scale H575 with the 2 1/4" body tuned down a step. The third was done with my original custom H575 with the longer scale length, a maple body, the standard 2 3/4" thickness, also tuned down a full step.

 

The comparison of the two custom H575's is especially interesting since they have so much in common: same scale length, same neck dimensions, same pickup, different thickness and body woods.  The Gosling is very much an outlier, as much for the standard tuning as for the different woods and construction methods.  It does have the same pickup though (a DiMarzio 36th Anniversary).

Listen on Soundcloud.com

Listen on Soundcloud.com

 

Two final comments ... First there is no EQ or post production of any kind on any of these three tracks.  What you hear is exactly as they were played and recorded.  Second, I really like what this recording method with the stereo image is doing.  It seems to give everything much more depth of field and feels more like what I hear in the room playing through my amp.

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Heritage Amp Serial Number Decode

10 Dec 2014

Posted by bsck1 in Amplification and Effects
Does anyone know how to read the serial numbers on Heritage Amplification Amps? I spoke with Paul Cochrane this past Monday and other than know somehow it depicted the unit of the day and date we really didn't understand the owners scheme

Typical serial numbers look like:

2P0201007

My best guess is: 2nd unit of the day, Patriot, Feb 1, 2007.
Anyone know for sure? We could add the info the the Heritage Amplification thread so it's retrievable for anyone interested.

I apologize if the info is on the forum somewhere and my searches just missed it

Thanks for any help.

Brian

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A Sad Day For Heritage Guitars, Inc; Katie Departs

Yesterday, 07:44 PM

Posted by schundog in Heritage Guitars

I'm not on Facebook much, but happened across our friend Katie's status stating that yesterday was her last day at The Heritage.  I wish her nothing but the best, but am saddened to hear that she won't be there anymore.  Whatever is in store for you, girl, I know you will excel at it.  Here's to Katie!!

 

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