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  1. Tube testers don’t always catch microphonics; as Mars_hall mentioned, with the amp on and warmed up, tap on the tubes with a pencil or stick or something; a microphonic tube will clearly reproduce the tap as sound. Replace that tube/tubes.
  2. That would also be RAID, as in Redundant Array of Independent Disks; although in this case, it seems that the redundancy turned out to be rather redundant.
  3. Sounds like an awesome trip! (A visit to the zoo always is!)
  4. Wow, that's awesome! Have any pictures to share?
  5. Welcome Jack! Make sure to put up some pics of the 535, we must have our porn! That's a great looking wish list as well, not much unlike my own (and several others here for that matter)
  6. Welcome Michelle! Great story, your Uncle Norm sounds like one heck of an awesome guy! We would love to see some pics of the guitar, and we can help you with that whole make and model thing too
  7. Very nice guitar, and welcome to HOC! I found the site back in November and haven't looked back since; its a great place to learn and share everything Heritage (and a few other non-Heritage things as well) I'm pretty sure the ALM refers to the finish - though I'm not sure what finish that is (Almond Burst?) I'm sure someone while chime in momentarily and let you know for sure - the regulars here have an amazing wealth of knowledge on Heritage guitars
  8. Thanks for the welcome, and happy to be a new member Here are a couple of pics - and while the pics are of it sitting in its case... I can assure you it has spent very little time in there! The other pic's I wanted to share is of a recent project of mine (before and after) - I came across a vintage silvertone tube amp at a local shop in my area; it's cabinet had long since seen better days, but still sounded like a dream - so I built it a new home. It pairs very well with the H535
  9. Hi everyone, and greetings from a proud new owner of a '90 H535 just picked up earlier today! I am so ecstatic I just had to join this forum ASAP to "shout it from the rooftop", so to speak. With the Antique Sunburst finish and matching maple pickguard, this is one guitar that truly looks as good as it sounds; in my opinion, this is just an absolutely amazing guitar and I couldn't be more pleased!
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