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Mr. Bill Paige Retires

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So Long Bill. SOoooo many Geetars.............So many laughs. I will miss our talks. Your retirement is well earned and the trout are NERVOUS!

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5 minutes ago, jaywolfe said:

So Long Bill. SOoooo many Geetars.............So many laughs. I will miss our talks. Your retirement is well earned and the trout are NERVOUS!

Very funny down to earth guy, I always enjoyed seeing him and chatting. Will miss him dearly and I am sure the company will as well. 

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Bill is salt of the earth kind of man. I always enjoyed our talks and many laughs.

He will be wetting a lot of fish lines now. Enjoy!

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Bill is a great guy. His retirement is well deserved. Have a good time fishing, Bill.

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I'm going to miss calling Heritage and talking to Bill. Tuesdays will never be the same.

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He once winked slyly at me and Kuz, said "c'mon. I'll show you the real tour". And off we went into the bowels of the building. 

The first PSP I asked him what he did at Heritage (I didn't know). He sorta grinned, said, not much. 

Heck of a man. The guitar building world will miss him. So will I. 

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Well deserved! Enjoy your retirement Mr. Paige. Thank you for all your contributions in creating some very special instruments. :occasion14:

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One of the nicest, most welcoming, honest, and genuine human beings you will ever meet anywhere!!!!

There are very few of his kind left and I wish there were more like him around. 

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Class act.  

 

Thanks for making it happen.

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Bill in my opinion was the glue that kept Heritage going.  

A wonderful person.  Kind, respectful and funny.

Congrats Bill and may the fish keep biting!!! 

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12 hours ago, tulk1 said:

He once winked slyly at me and Kuz, said "c'mon. I'll show you the real tour". And off we went into the bowels of the building. 

The first PSP I asked him what he did at Heritage (I didn't know). He sorta grinned, said, not much. 

Heck of a man. The guitar building world will miss him. So will I. 

I'd love to be on that tour!

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I whish I could say I met him

Thus I on the other side and take a look at my H535 made when he was in there.

After it arrived I had some more questions and Mr Jay Wolfe gave me his phone number saying "feel free to call him", I didn't, I just requested those more info via email and got them.

:-) have a good life Mr. Paige

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All the best to Bill. 

While I haven't reeled in many fish since I retired, I landed 4 wonderful Heritage Guitars. My Golden years are gilded with Golden Era classics: A  pair of H-150s for P-90 and humbucker expression. My sweet Millie that sings like no other. And my trusty H-535 to round out a perfect set of guitars. 

Many deep thanks to Bill and crew for their crafting the means to so many joyful times in life.

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I wish you nothing but the best, Bill!  I don't think I ever saw you without a smile on your face. Enjoy your well deserved retirement. 

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Congratulations, Bill!!

I always had a blast chatting with you at the factory; it was an honour to get to meet you guys

Thanks for everything

Happy Fishin'

 

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Wishing you all the best!

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