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Heritage Custom core H150. This guitar does not suck!!


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Damn. That's nice. I wonder if I can get one under 8 pounds. If so, I might just do it as a once in a lifetime purchase and sell my other 150 to offset the cost. 

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2 minutes ago, Gitfiddler said:

What a stunner!!  Congratulations, Brent.

Question~  What's that amber line under the nut? 

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Thanks Tim!!!

I’m assuming it’s tinted nitro that’s left after the nut is cut and shaped.  

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5 hours ago, brentrocks said:

Thanks Tim!!!

I’m assuming it’s tinted nitro that’s left after the nut is cut and shaped.  

And it is executed perfectly.  Never seen that before.

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11 hours ago, bolero said:

Looks great!!

I'd probably pull the pickguard off & display more of that top!

Congrats

THANKS MAN!

If it didnt already have one installed, id definitely consider it.....i do prefer a pickguard to rest my finger on though.

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On 10/1/2021 at 11:24 PM, ElChoad said:

God, I need to get one of these pieces of art.

I would definitely recommend buying one....i know its a lot of money but i honestly can say...THIS IS THE BEST H150 HERITAGE HAS EVER MADE.    I know this is a bold statement...but i feel its true.

I hope that people at Heritage are reading this...I should not be giving props to Heritage, considering how i was treated Friday morning at the factory, but I'm putting my personal feeling aside and giving credit where credit is due.   The Custom Core 150s are the real deal.   I would put them up against any $7000 Gibson R9...ANY DAY!!!

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On 10/1/2021 at 5:48 PM, Spectrum13 said:

Not to mention its also beautiful.

Poker chip and G style scratch guard.

I know a lot of people think its blasphemy to put G parts on a Heritage....I think its a way to help revive the H150s true roots 

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4 minutes ago, brentrocks said:

I know a lot of people think its blasphemy to put G parts on a Heritage....I think its a way to help revive the H150s true roots 

A lot of people need to chill. 

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8 hours ago, brentrocks said:

I would definitely recommend buying one....i know its a lot of money but i honestly can say...THIS IS THE BEST H150 HERITAGE HAS EVER MADE.    I know this is a bold statement...but i feel its true.

I hope that people at Heritage are reading this...I should not be giving props to Heritage, considering how i was treated Friday morning at the factory, but I'm putting my personal feeling aside and giving credit where credit is due.   The Custom Core 150s are the real deal.   I would put them up against any $7000 Gibson R9...ANY DAY!!!

I am going to get one after I get my Standard paid off. It won't take that long. If you don't mind me asking, what happened at the factory?

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40 minutes ago, ElChoad said:

I am going to get one after I get my Standard paid off. It won't take that long. If you don't mind me asking, what happened at the factory?

Behind the scenes guitar politics drama.

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1 hour ago, ElChoad said:

I am going to get one after I get my Standard paid off. It won't take that long. If you don't mind me asking, what happened at the factory?

That’s a can of worms that need not be opened here.  

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