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  1. Bought ages ago a H 150 S, somewhere end 80's early 90's.. I know the letter indicates the build year, I have however difficulty reading the first character. It looks like an A to me, but the earliest serial numbers start with B. Please advise
  2. Hi All, I was in a lazy search for an H-150, my first one. I usually use Reverb and FB marketplace and some other www sources, for spotting deals in ConEU. Reverb had two 150s listed in Belgium where I've been last Sunday-to-Wednesday for a conference in Gent. One was in Bruxelles where I've been traveling through and the other in Antwerp, not on my route. I was lurking the one in Brussels for some time knowing that I could have opted for a local pick-up, saving shipping costs and risks. So I started contacting the seller and it turned out he was not going to be in Brussels in those days, I had to insist for him to find a close friend that could have met me and let me check the guitar. I'm not a fun of GTs but this one has The Bareknuckles The Mule 'Aged' A4 set mounted on and the original PUs should have been searched for, the seller had them in a separate box somewhere, he did not know that those are HRWs, not a Heritage knower at all. So after a number of interactions, and two short videos from the seller showing the guitar was working I decided to place the order on Reverb and opt for the 'local pick up', in case I did not like the guitar I could have refused it and request a refund or mark it as received and take it, as we agreed. The ad said the original PUs were still available so I thought the price included those ones too, but the seller was not of same idea, it could have been debated, but the difference wasn't that big for having the Mules already mounted plus the original HRWs, I accepted it and paid the PUs separately (my initiative). Sunday, arrived at the appointment I met the seller's friend after waiting some 15m (Brussels Central station), that let me inspect the guitar which I found structurally in good conditions, fretboard and frets good, neck clean with no dents, body joint ok, peghead with a declared dent but nothing serious, but I did not have the chance of plugging it and could not really handle it and do a close inspection inch-by-inch, I decided to take it. At the Hotel in Gent, as I arrived I started a closer looking at the instrument and found some dents/marks that should have been declared, the guitar collected some dust and it's a bit dirt, very old strings. As the pics will show when I'll publish them, the area were the right arm rests when playing is corroded and some dents on the top have the Gold finish loss not exposing the wood, others are in the back and sides, in other words a real non-heavy relicking/worn. I kept playing it unplugged every night and found no problems, it sounded good with a heavy nice single mahogany piece and resonant, vibrations lasted and I could feel them very clearly, I became a bit more optimist. When back home I tried it and the tone is there, I like it (phew), though the bridge volume pot scratches through 7-10 and that too should have been declared because clearly it can't be kept like that. S/N starts with 'AA' (should be 2010 ?) C neck profile, not too chunky but definitely not a slim 60s single mahogany body, it's heavy (and I like that) Bareknuckle The Mule A4 aged + HRWs set Engraved MOP peghead The Heritage logo Black dot PU selector cap OHCS in good conditions plus trussrod wrench and locking key (Actual date of NuGD: Sunday 2nd Feb 2020) The overall conditions adds mojo to the Blonde Beauty but honestly I think the ad should have been reporting everything in advance instead of making me descovering them after the purchase and local pick up, I think I payed a higher price than I should have. Now, I want to fix the volume pot and I think for now to use a cleaner for the scratching pot(s) and later maybe replace them(not sure). Interested in replacing capacitors too, my dream would be to have a Jimmy Page kind of harness. The guitar needs a good clean up all over it and I don't know if it's the case of rehydrate the fretboard and what products to use. Please feel free to comment on what you guys think, all help is appreciated. Long live and Never give up playing. G.
  3. romk

    '05 H150CM

    From the album: romk - '05 H150CM

  4. romk

    '05 H150CM

    From the album: romk - '05 H150CM

  5. romk

    '05 H150CM

    From the album: romk - '05 H150CM

    I'm the second owner of this beauty almost for decade.
  6. From the album: HANGAR18 - Guitars Past or Present

    2013 H150 Deluxe in Brockburst finish

    © HANGAR18

  7. fabio

    Stage Setup

    From the album: Fabio's Guitars

    Floorboards, H-150CM and... a nice little competition.

    © Fabio Pasello

  8. fabio

    Fabio & H-150CM

    From the album: Fabio's Guitars

    H-150CM on stage.

    © Fabio Pasello

  9. From the album: Fabio's Guitars

    H-150CM, 2008, gold top, Lollar P90's, TonePros bridge and stopbar (notice a glimpse of a venerable Binson Echorec 2 on the amp head behind).

    © Fabio Pasello

  10. From the album: Billgelder - Guitars

    H-150 CM Humbucker Comparison Test
  11. From the album: Billgelder - Guitars

    H-150 CM Humbucker Comparison Test
  12. From the album: Billgelder - Guitars

    H-150 CM Humbucker Comparison Test
  13. From the album: Billgelder - Guitars

    H-150 CM Humbucker Comparison Test
  14. Billgelder

    '12 H150CM

    From the album: Billgelder - Guitars

    2012 h150
  15. Billgelder

    '12 H150CM

    From the album: Billgelder - Guitars

    2012 H 150
  16. Billgelder

    '12 H150CM

    From the album: Billgelder - Guitars

    2012 H150
  17. Billgelder

    H150

    From the album: Billgelder - Guitars

    H-150
  18. Billgelder

    '07 H150

    From the album: Billgelder - Guitars

    2007 H-150
  19. Billgelder

    '07 H150

    From the album: Billgelder - Guitars

    2007 H-150
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