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kennyv4

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About kennyv4

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  1. That's a great amp. I hope you get it back in working order soon.
  2. Usually insurance companies will require a written appraised value from a reputable source before they will insure a guitar. That can be accomplished on line by sending photos, serial number and description of the guitar to guitar appraisers on line like Norman's Rare Guitars, or use a reputable local guitar store like Chicago Music Exchange.
  3. Welcome to the Forum. I owned a H535 with Schaller pickups and to ears they always sounded too muddy for my taste. I now own two H-535. Both the guitars have Seth Lover pickups. I like the sound of the Seth Lovers better than the Schallers.
  4. Stunning, congratulations and welcome to the Forum.
  5. Very nice guitar, enjoy and welcome to the Forum.
  6. sounds like a nice road trip and a lot of driving experience for your son. I wonder if Heritage will have factory tours again in the future.
  7. Thanks for the quick response. I thought I read that somewhere. I play mostly American standards and jazz, but have been using half round 10's by D'Addario. I also like Gibbons L5 strings, which are also 10's.
  8. 11 flat wound or half round should work. I would be hesitant to use 12's. I'm not sure the nut would accommodate 12's without filing the nut a bit.. I hope someone with more knowledge on my last statement would chime in. Oh, by the way welcome to the forum Pete.
  9. Nice find on a great sounding amp. I own a black face DR which I bought new. It did come with a foot switch, but not a cover. Enjoy.
  10. The previous owner sure took care of that guitar. What a beauty. Welcome to the Forum and congratulations.
  11. Could it be the previous owner filed the nut to fit a larger gauge string?
  12. You have tried a lot of adjustments. I am wondering if the previous owner flied the nut to fit heavier gauge strings which could cause fret buzzing. You may want to have the guitar setup by a qualified luthier . Senior moment, submitted this under the wring thread.
  13. You have tried a lot of adjustments. I am wondering if the previous owner flied the nut to fit heavier gauge strings which could cause fret buzzing. You may want to have the guitar setup by a qualified luthier .
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