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mark555

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About mark555

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  • Birthday 01/22/1960

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    Guitars, sea fishing, family, travel.

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  1. Well, who wants all their guitars to sound the same anyway? but no, I don't hear much difference either, and on top of that a quality guitar should have its own voice in the first place.
  2. If I could chose an H150, it would more than likely be this one. I don't know who it belongs to, I found it on the net but what a finish. Just thought I'd share it.
  3. My 555 in natural. I changed from gold hardware to nickel - the wood is more honey coloured now. and the back, showing tiger maple neck
  4. I own a 555 but would be very happy with a 535. I bought the 555 because it was available. Both are knock out guitars and you would enjoy either. Good luck and post some pictures. I was actually looking for a 535 when I found the 555, but Heritage guitars are hard to come by in the UK, there is not much selection. often it's a case of what is available rather than what you prefer.
  5. I will bow to superior knowledge and experience in this case, I know you are well clued in on this stuff. I guess I am somewhat anti Gibbons as they are now and perhaps forget the good stuff they made. I particularly like your two L5S.
  6. Rob, that's a fabulous looking guitar, congratulations on owning it.
  7. I found this picture on the net. In my personal opinion, it's too good looking to put a scratch plate on. My 555 has a matching wood scratch plate to the body so it doesn't stand out so much. Scratch plates should be on Tele's, Strats, SG's and similar. Other opinions are available.
  8. That looks fantastic, I hope you enjoy it for many years to come.
  9. Here's my 555, now gone a lovely honey colour!
  10. I saw this myself recently on the same site, when I get my Gretsch I'm going to have to have one of those truss rod covers!
  11. Brand power, nothing more.
  12. I have Seymour 59's in my 555, it sounds great, and it covers all the bases. That's all I can say.
  13. £800 for my H555, pre owned, including case and in immaculate condition. It's going a nice honey colour now, I've forgotten what year I bought though, some years back now, maybe 12 or so? I still have the gold plated hardware and roller bridge if it ever needs to go back to it's original state.
  14. i think they are possibly the only Heritage dealer in the UK just now.
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