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skydog52

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  1. The oldest Heritage I have is a G model 1990. 31 years old. I consider it Vintage. It's a H-537 and has that vintage feel and still has that smoky odor. Discontinued model a long time ago. One of the best sounding guitars I have. I never could figure out what pickups are in it and don't care. Tone is awesome
  2. Wow! I want to see a picture of that beautiful thang finished. Please
  3. I’ve had quite a few made by Custom Inlays. Great people to work with.
  4. I agree with you. I just don't get it but there are some that just love them. Selling them you you don't have to worry about jamming one because it adds to the relicing job. With a fine finished product you ding it and like you said the price plummets.
  5. I would grab one now. It will be an upcharge in the future. Already is on their Custom Core Models.
  6. My favorite part of this work of Art. Maudie Moore's signature worked into the palette. https://www.namm.org/library/oral-history/maudie-moore
  7. We where on a hill. No worries Guy!
  8. I believe they incorporated on April 1 1985. Might be why. https://jedistar.com/heritage/
  9. Wonderful guitarist and composer. I found this nice article. Apparently in West Virginia now. Had a real rough patch in His life to navigate. https://www.heraldmailmedia.com/life/guitarists-fingers-singing-again/article_f6679327-66bd-5714-a093-214b8177011f.html
  10. Here is an old catalog that has specs on models. Most include wooden pickguards. I remember trips to the shop and just looking at pick guards from the rack of many they had. https://web.archive.org/web/20070623101616/http://www.heritageguitar.com/Heritage 2005 Catalog.pdf
  11. I always ordered my guitars with the pick guard not mounted. That way I could decide if and when I wanted to mount it.
  12. https://web.archive.org/web/20080703221354/http://www.heritageguitar.com/models/H535.htm
  13. There where a lot of models that had a wooden pick guard as a standard feature. The ones I can think of. Eagles Sweet 16 H-535 H-575 Prospect Deluxe H-550 H-555 Roy Clark H-157
  14. I received a H-530 once and the label was marked H-535 so it has happened before. Heritage sent me the right label.
  15. I don't know if these have been posted but fun to revisit if they have. I attended the 100th Anniversary event and had a lot of fun.
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