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  1. I’m very sorry about your brother. My guess would be about 1986-1987
  2. Thanks bro. They were rescue guitars. Kinda like rescue dogs....but not as cuddly
  3. Loosen the strings, take out the neck pickup....best way to know for sure
  4. I believe the most I ever paid for a heritage was a Gary Moore.
  5. I have 2 transition Heritages. 535 custom and a Millennium DC Keep in mind, neither one of them were retail store instruments. But both are great players and both have great tone.
  6. I never thought that anything could sound better in my 20th Anniversary H150 than the stock Duncan Antiquities. They are Mad House Design pickups. I bought these pickups from a guy on the gear page. He bought them before things started going south for his operation. Around 2008-2009, I guess these pickups were all the rage around My Les Paul Forum...another boutique winder with “the next best thing “. I read some threads on other forums from around 2012, people saying they had ordered pickups and never received them, etc. Eventually fell off the face of the earth.
  7. 36 months no interest https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/H150CCDLB--heritage-custom-core-h-150-dirty-lemon-burst
  8. I just picked up the Musicman Thursday. It was a local Facebook marketplace find. The phaser doesn’t work but I think it’s a bad pot. HD 150. 4-6L6S. Solid state pre amp. 2 channel with reverb. It’s kinda chimey like a Vox but has balls. Super cleans. Great reverb. Hopefully the phaser is an easy fix.
  9. I had to take a radius block over the frets. All frets were really high in the center of the fretboard. Then re crowed and re polished them. It was a lot of work but well worth it in the end. The Duncan’s sound so much better in this guitar. Warmer and fatter tone.
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