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Hello and welcome, Jakub. There will be H-150's around for a while. H-357's are no longer produced since Marv Lamb has retired. I would have no problems selling the H-150. Just curious, where are you in Germany? My family is from Niedersachsen. 

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8 hours ago, PunkKitty said:

Hello and welcome, Jakub. There will be H-150's around for a while. H-357's are no longer produced since Marv Lamb has retired. I would have no problems selling the H-150. Just curious, where are you in Germany? My family is from Niedersachsen. 

Thank you. I know how rare the H-357 are, that’s why I bought it, even though I’m not excited about the color. But it sounds great and that’s the most important to me. 
And thank you for your support regarding selling the H-150. 😊

I live in Bavaria, but only for the last 4 years. I come from the Czech Republic. 

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13 hours ago, gajirek said:

Thank you. I know how rare the H-357 are, that’s why I bought it, even though I’m not excited about the color. But it sounds great and that’s the most important to me. 
And thank you for your support regarding selling the H-150. 😊

I live in Bavaria, but only for the last 4 years. I come from the Czech Republic. 

Two beautiful places. I've been to Bavaria a few times. Also spent some time in Praha. 

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New to the forums, and a new Heritage owner.

Have had my eye on Heritage for awhile and played a few, I was really impressed with the quality and tones. Last weekend I tried them again at Sweetwater and decided to pull the trigger on one.

Proud to say I now own a 2021 H150 in Dirty Lemonburst.

I look forward to learning more about Heritage and their guitars here.

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My real name is Chad. I have only recently (July 5) become a owner, but I did lurk for a while gathering information before making a purchase. I only have one Heritage (so far). I can't believe I waited so long to get one of these beauties. I am glad to be here to help and get help from those more knowledgeable. 

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Hi! I'm glad to finally participate on this forum.  I joined in September 2020 shortly after buying my H-535 and rediscovered the place after buying an H-150 on Saturday.

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Hi , I have just joined the group .

I have retired from Melbourne , Australia to a small regional town but still get to play my H530 occasionally in an amateur band of old school mates. I have gone through a few guitars to find the one and the H530 is THE one for me .. light , great tone and no feedback at our realistic playing  levels. The rest of the band love the sound too.

My first introduction to Heritage was during a visit to Rudys music store in NYC in 2014. I went there to see the amazing array of new and vintage archtops . Played a few acoustics and then a 1998 American Eagle was thrust into my hand . I could not believe the acoustic tone as well as the nice "Johnny Smith" sound from the pickup . I had to have it , and the wife agreed , so it came home with a lot of care from the Air New Zealand crew. The AE does not get gigged and rarely leaves the house.   

From that day forward i was looking for my next Heritage but until a few years ago there were no Heritage dealers in all of Australia. Now there is a distributor and quite a few boutique retailers around , though stock is hard to find.

Happy New Year from Campbells Creek , Victoria, Australia

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18 minutes ago, unkyharv said:

Hi , I have just joined the group .

I have retired from Melbourne , Australia to a small regional town but still get to play my H530 occasionally in an amateur band of old school mates. I have gone through a few guitars to find the one and the H530 is THE one for me .. light , great tone and no feedback at our realistic playing  levels. The rest of the band love the sound too.

My first introduction to Heritage was during a visit to Rudys music store in NYC in 2014. I went there to see the amazing array of new and vintage archtops . Played a few acoustics and then a 1998 American Eagle was thrust into my hand . I could not believe the acoustic tone as well as the nice "Johnny Smith" sound from the pickup . I had to have it , and the wife agreed , so it came home with a lot of care from the Air New Zealand crew. The AE does not get gigged and rarely leaves the house.   

From that day forward i was looking for my next Heritage but until a few years ago there were no Heritage dealers in all of Australia. Now there is a distributor and quite a few boutique retailers around , though stock is hard to find.

Happy New Year from Campbells Creek , Victoria, Australia

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Welcome! One of our long time members is from the Western side of Australia. Keep a lookout in the For Sale section of this web site as members here routinely post used Heritage guitars for sale.

 

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On 10/7/2021 at 7:35 PM, Deliriumcoffee said:

Hello all, I’m new here! In real life two of my favorite things are coffee and guitar. I just recently bought a custom core h-150 in dirty lemon burst… I posted some pics in another thread, here’s one of the pics of from my NGD lol

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Sweet!

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Welcome aboard, UnkyHarv.   Glad to hear you're enjoying your H-530.   What type of stuff do you and your mates play?  I'm guessing if you're into the Johnny Smith sound,  some jazz must be involved.

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New Heritage owner here that lucked upon an older H140 and I couldn't be happier with it. A '91 Gold Top that shares a birthday with one of my daughters! She's got scars from her past but the sound she makes is buttery goodness.

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