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  1. YUP....THEY DID THAT FOR A COUPLE YEARS...NOT SURE WHY
  2. Anticipation

    Selling that 137 already?
  3. Another Heritage. Back into the family.

    YOU STOLE THAT...GOOD JOB
  4. '87 H-357 At Work...

    I'm glad you are getting a lot of enjoyment out of that 357.....its definitely a good one...and probably the rarest Heritage you will ever find.
  5. 2002 H150

    Nice top
  6. NGD

    I’m sorry dude. I’m not trying to piss on your rainbow. That is a killer guitar and you deserve it !!!
  7. NGD

    That’s the way Marv rolls. If he likes you he’s your best friend and your Guitars are rare, special and spectacular. If he doesn’t like you, you’re a waste of his time and your Guitars are unimportant, fake or stolen
  8. T.C. JAUERNIG GRISTLE KING

    I’m really enjoying it so far
  9. NGD - Cat's Out of the Bag

    LOVE IT!!!!
  10. I played the T-REX version of this pedal about a year ago at a buddys house. I was very impressed...and have been searching for one ever since! They are hard to find!!! I found this one on Reverb...its a V1...pre-T-rex. A very versatile pedal. I'm really digging it!!! [MEDIA=youtube]VyCLbE1actk[/MEDIA]
  11. Just in time for hockey season...

    A MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN
  12. Just in time for hockey season...

    I was very happy for the easy hardware transition too!!! If had been the second generation Kahler, it would have been the screw down to the body unit and I would have been stuck with the tone sucker. This Guitar has magnificent tone!!! It's super light too.
  13. Another odd duck Heritage finds its way to Paw Paw! A 1985 H 140 with an HOCKEY STICK headstock! This H140 was built very early in Heritage's history. They were doing a lot of experimenting to see what the market would take. This guitar could have been a special order, or it could have been one of those things where they had this neck sitting there...and that body...and somebody said, "F**k it, put em together" This bad boy came from the factory with a Kahler 3200 locking trem. Luckily it was the old style that sits on the posts for a standard LP bridge/tailpiece configuration. I decided to s**t can the Kahler and put a Nashville style bridge and tailpice on the guitar. It came with locking Grovers, which was a big plus. It has a monster flame maple top. One piece mahogany body and neck and a beautiful rosewood board. I gutted the electronics. Installed 4 new CTS pots with NOS Russian PIO caps and a set of Custom wound Alnico II humbuckers wound by Connor Baldacci This guitar has seen some action in its life....headstock repair, dings, dents scratches, etc. But I gotta tell ya, this thing SCREAMS TONE!!!!! Nice, low action...medium/slim neck. And its very light!!
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