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    BIRTHDAY OCD

    I already had a V1.3 Fulltone OCD pedal....but I was searching around Reverb and found this one with a build date on my birthday in 2006!!!! I HAD TO BUY IT!!!!! 57186996282__3A8A6EE2-C453-4A45-916C-040BFF9C231E by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_0126 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_0125 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_0124 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr
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    Gary Moore Original Wiring

    That is definitely not original. Originally it would have had EMG 25k pots and a 9V battery in the main cavity
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    New Heritage Pricing vs. New Gibson Pricing

    My brother in law just bought a new Les Paul standard and it’s really nice. Great quality. Probably a fluke. Lol
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    Custom Heritages at NAMM

    I paid $1300 new for that....lol
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    Custom Heritages at NAMM

    that guitar has made its rounds
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    Custom Heritages at NAMM

    They are not selling for those prices
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    Custom Heritages at NAMM

    Do you still have it?
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    Custom Heritages at NAMM

    I custom ordered a H137 DC DELUXE. Back in 09. It was to be a new model. Vince and I came up with it. It was a mahogany one piece body with a one piece flame veneer top. Lollar dogears. Rosewood with traps. Bound and inlayed headstock. It’s currently for sale on Reverb. For over twice the price I paid new. Lol
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    Custom Heritages at NAMM

    The custom shop stuff, I bet is 33% over that.
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    Custom Heritages at NAMM

    I WOULD LOVE TO SEE THE PRICE …...LOL......
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    Just scored a super rare 1988 H170

    DD2 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr
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    Just scored a super rare 1988 H170

    Well...it finally arrived and it didn't disappoint!!!! I was wrong on the model though.....its a H207DD.....I thought it was an H170CM There was a H204DD and a H207DD. The 204 was a single cut, like the H140CM. The 207DD was a spinoff of the H170CM with a pointy headstock. They were a very limited run, the 204 and the 207....Heritage's attempt to compete with Charvel and Jackson in the pointy headstock market. The DD designation was called the "Diving Duck". I cant remember who at Heritage came up with this insane designation, I remember Ren Wall telling me about it on time I was down at the factory, but I forget the fellas name who came up with the idea. The 204 and the 207's standard build included.... Bound Honduran mahogany body with a curly maple cap Honduran mahogany neck Unbound rosewood fretboard with dots DD headstock with mini Grovers Chrome Schaller top loader tailpiece and Schaller roller bridge Uncovered black bobbin Schaller pickups...HSS configuration 4 mini toggles (on/off for each pickup and a coil tap for the bridge humbucker) master volume/master tone Plastic pickguard This particular 207DD was obviously a custom order one off. It has a lot of upgrades from the standard model.... Pearl Blocks Gold hardware Upgraded premium top Active EMGs Matching flame maple pickguard Custom color This 207 has a 60s slim neck, typical for 80s Heritages. The frets are in awesome condition! This Heritage is a 1988, so its showing some light checking in the nitro finish. For a 30 year old guitar, its in great condition....no cracks, chips or repairs. The pickups are factory....everything inside looks original. Active EMGs...you either love em or hate em. I like them. All my other guitars have vintage output buckers or p90s....its a nice change! It sets up really nice!!! I replaced the Schaller hardware with Nashville style bridge and tail. Good action. It has GREAT upper register access for soloing!!!!! Here are some pics after I got done cleaning her up and doing a setup on it.... IMG_9920 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9925 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9927 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9928 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9931 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9932 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9933 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9934 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9935 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9936 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9937 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9938 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9940 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr IMG_9921 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr
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    Just scored a super rare 1988 H170

    Thanks man! It depends on weather they are active or passive EMGs....active EMGs can sound quite good
  14. I stumbled across this on Ebay last night. Its a 88 H170....but there's nothing "standard" about this one. It's totally a custom one off! Trans Blue monster top, Gold hardware, Rosewood board with blocks, "Diving Duck" headstock, HSS configuration. I'm not sure if the EMGs are factory...I highly doubt it? These are pics from the Ebay auction....they're HORRIBLE!!! I'll post more when it arrives. s-l1600 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr s-l16001 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr s-l16002 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr s-l16003 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr s-l16004 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr
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