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H-535 with Doyle Dykes---AMAZING!


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Wow!   Nice to hear Doyle acknowledge the Old Heritage Guys that started it all. 
Normally loaded with Seth Lovers that one with 59s sounds fantastic. Of course a true Master was steering it. 

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14 minutes ago, PunkKitty said:

Glen Campbell and Roy Clark are the only guitarists I know of that can pull something like that off.

 

Yes truly amazing!! How about a a duet on 4 strings?

https://youtu.be/gXtbvrz7XlA

 

Just poking around the web. I see many pics of Roy Clark with various models, he must have been a real fan of the Heritage line.

 Very cool...

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15 minutes ago, PunkKitty said:

Glen Campbell and Roy Clark are the only guitarists I know of that can pull something like that off.

 

How is that humanly possible! I guess seeing is believing. As weird as it looked, it was amazing. 

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 I would much rather stand behind Tal Wilkenfeld than Roy Clark and do a duet.

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At the 2021 PSP, we'll have to ask Ren and Jim  about Roy Clark.   I'll bet they have some stories to tell.  

The Roy Clark was a really nice signature model,  I think it was basically a single cut H555.

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14 hours ago, TalismanRich said:

At the 2021 PSP, we'll have to ask Ren and Jim  about Roy Clark.   I'll bet they have some stories to tell.  

The Roy Clark was a really nice signature model,  I think it was basically a single cut H555.

I think it was more like the 550 Rich, but I could be wrong. The rim was wider than the 555 I believe. Maybe Skydog52 can weigh in on this!

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There were two variants of the Roy Clark signature guitars.  One was a single cut and the other, a double cut.  Both were thinline.  Over time Heritage made a few limited editions, custom models with varying inlays, binding, etc.

Heritage Guitars Roy Clark Review | Chorder.comHeritage Guitars on Twitter: "In the early days of our company, Roy Clark  offered his support to our little company and for that, we'll forever be  grateful. He was and continues toroy_body.jpg

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