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If you want to play the guitar before buying it, I have been to two guitar shops that are Heritage dealers.  Wolfe Guitars located in Jupiter, Florida is the largest Heritage dealer in the country.  In Cleveland there is Guitar Riot.  Both shops are top shelf with knowledgeable owners and employees.  I have purchased guitars from both places and I was not disappointed.  Sweetwater and Musicians Friend also sell Heritage guitars. Happy hunting and welcome to the Forum.

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34 minutes ago, skydog52 said:

Is this thread real? 

no.

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54 minutes ago, skydog52 said:

Is this thread real? 

 

18 minutes ago, Steiner said:

no.

Damn. Just when I thought I was getting better.

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3 minutes ago, wheretobuy said:

Don't be rude. I'm interested in buying a Heritage. Of course this thread is real.

 

Where are you located. Could probably give you a better answer with more information. 

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20 hours ago, wheretobuy said:

I'm in New Jersey. If I can buy direct from Heritage, why go through a distributor?

Welcome to the HOC.

You ask a very good question.  Check each source for their customer service, shipping fees and return policies and you'll be able to decide which seller is best for you.

Good hunting.

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Thanks for the U.K. information,although currently I'm happy with the 5 that I've got.It's been

a while since I've seen anyone in this country advertising them.I must confess all of mine were

bought S/H,an H575,H555,Golden Eagle and Super Eagle in the U.K. and H150 Ultra imported 

from the U.S.

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35 minutes ago, houndhome said:

Thanks for the U.K. information,although currently I'm happy with the 5 that I've got.It's been

a while since I've seen anyone in this country advertising them.I must confess all of mine were

bought S/H,an H575,H555,Golden Eagle and Super Eagle in the U.K. and H150 Ultra imported 

from the U.S.

They're not exactly readily available, I grant you! My H535 was bought new from High End Guitars in 2009, who I found were only about 15 miles from Nottingham. They've subsequently ceased trading, while the H150 Special Gold Top and H150 Trans Black were new old stock from a guitar shop in West Bridgford - they'd been sitting unsold in the store room for around ten years and were available at a very reasonable price...

My favourite, the H150 VSB, was from eBay - I took out the SD59s and put in some Bare Knuckle Stormy Mondays. A bit of trading with a mate of mine landed me an H150 ASB and an H575 Natural, which are both stock - the SD59s in the ASB provide a nice contrast to the Bare Knuckles in the VSB, while the Schallers in the 575 sound fine.

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My H575 came from Musical Exchanges in Birmingham 30 years ago for £550 with Schallers with the black plastic ccvers,

the H555 from Guitars4You for £1900 (I'm told the owner of High End Guitars picked it out when new on a visit to the factory),

The Golden Eagle,no.103 of the first 1000,sunburst,acoustic but with a K&K pickup underthe top,and the Super Eagle,blonde with schallers

came as a deal from GAK at £3200 for the pair,and the H150 Ultra blond came from a dealer in Connecticut for $1425 which worked out

at about £1350 on my doorstep after shipping cost and taxes (the pound was stronger against the dollar then,shipping and taxes added

about 25% to the bill.

 

 

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Sweetwater, Chicago Music Exchange, Green Oak Guitars.... I recommend any of them.  Buying direct has its benefits but usually dealers have inventory ready to ship.  Buying direct, you have to wait for them to add your order to the cue.  May take weeks or months to fill your order.

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1 hour ago, DetroitBlues said:

Sweetwater, Chicago Music Exchange, Green Oak Guitars.... I recommend any of them.  Buying direct has its benefits but usually dealers have inventory ready to ship.  Buying direct, you have to wait for them to add your order to the cue.  May take weeks or months to fill your order.

I totally concur with Green Oak guitars.  The proprietor is EXTREMELY knowledgeable about Heritage and is great to buy from.

Don't forget about Private Stock Guitars; the dealer where I purchased my most recent new Heritage; yet, another stellar dealer.

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