exileonmeatspace Posted February 6 Share Posted February 6 I've had multiple Heritage guitars for many years, two 1999's and a 1997 and all living non-pampered lives in the Northeast, and I've always noticed that compared so some of my other guitars the finishes on these have never checked aside from some very minor checking on one of the 1999's. I've read that Heritage has changed their formula at various points, and being a big fan of the subtle texture of natural checking (as opposed to exaggerated artificial aging) I've been thinking about picking up another Heritage that has a more checking-prone finish. Curious about any and all experience here. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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