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  1. I agree too- don't get me wrong, great guitars and everyone here obviously loves them and knows what they are. But it doesn't go much farther than that. It's the same reason you see a million fake Gibsons out there but not one fake Heritage. There just isn't a market enough to even bother to try making one for the counterfeiters. Your average person on the street is still clueless about Heritage and certainly a Marv Bird. I don't know how many people I still mention Heritage to and they look at me like "Huh?" But you say "Gibson" and everyone and their Grandma knows what it is. So, the market for who is willing to part with big bucks for a Marv Bird is pretty limited to, basically everyone on this forum! Lol!
  2. I've never seen a 357 non-reverse either. Very cool!
  3. Happy Birthday Rendal Wall!! Thanks for all of your knowledge Ren, and everything you have done for the guitar. You truly are a living inspiration my friend. We guitar players owe you a lot- Hope you have a great day!! Check out my interview with Ren that was published in print and online awhile back: https://www.facebook.com/notes/todd-beebe-music-3rd-degree-todd-connies-acoustic-thing/rendal-wall-guitar-wizard/3138050006226433/ HAPPY BIRTHDAY REN!!
  4. https://youtu.be/JO8XpCyjpLM Here's a 2005 H-150 with HRW's that sound incredible! LOVE HRWs!!
  5. https://youtu.be/JO8XpCyjpLM Click on the link for this week's Episode of Guitar Talk where we have another awesome guitar from Heritage in Kalamazoo, Michigan!! This is a 2005 Heritage H-150 with a stunning highly flamed Amber Maple top!! This guitar comes equipped with the incredible HRW (Heritage Rendal Wall) pickups in it. When it comes to humbucking pickups, you just can't beat HRW's!! They have a clarity that is second to none. Even with tons of distortion, each note rings out clearly and never breaks up! Check out my interview with Rendal Wall that was published in print and online a couple years back: https://www.facebook.com/notes/2678867309033899/ Let's take this for a test drive and check it out!!
  6. Beautiful!! NICE Brent!!! 👍👍👍
  7. https://youtu.be/tc0KcrMOjmg LOVE this 2005 Heritage Big Kahuna model!! Originally made with guitarist Chris Bovard, less than 10 of these were ever made. VERY COOL guitar!!
  8. Great score Brent! I love these models!
  9. Totally agree. I love SD 59s and many of the other PUPS used through the years in Heritage models, but you're right: I always read about the "old" Heritage parts that were used and references made to Schaller's not being very liked. I've always liked them too. Even their roller bridge and quick change tailpieces were great, although Ren should have gotten credit for those- especially the tailpiece, which is basically a TP6. Speaking of Ren, as far as HRW's go, they're my favorite humbucker. Not sure what Ren's magic was or what he did making them, but the clarity on HRW's is just perfect to my ear. You can use them for Jazz, and when you crank them up and add distortion for Rock the notes still ring clear without breaking up. Just fantastic pickups!
  10. Yep- I know they had already started making some in 1984 for sure. I think because they "officially" started (Incorporated) in '85, that's why anyone who just looks on Wikipedia is gonna always say 1985.
  11. For sure! I guess Heritage offered this color in 2005, but I haven't seen many.
  12. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2JMm4kdQlE I love green guitars! Here's a 2005 Heritage H-150. Duncan '59's, Grover tuners and Gotoh Bridge. Amazing guitar!
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