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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by hrstrat57, Aug 7, 2019.
The one yep
Real sweet (sour?)
I knew from the first pic, before seeing the headstock, that it was a Heritage. Their bursts are the best in the business.
The one I tried felt awesome but "yellar?"
that burst is nicely faded to be sure.
Cool. I bet with that headstock it stays in tune way better than... well, you know, you know, you know.
Very Nice. Enjoy!
excellent guitar. I have a 535, so much more playable than the es-335 I owned for awhile.
I played one a few years back, almost traded my Thinline and Triple Caster for it. It was Lake Placid Blue, not that color matters, but I don't recall that type of a stop bar being on it. Any who - it was a wonderful USA made LP type, I would love to have one, but I'm maxed out on gear. I really am. You have a beautiful Lemon Flame Burst, hope you enjoy for many years. I consider them to be heirloom quality - much better than today's Gibson. Just something about Kalamazoo.
A beauty ... I would call it faded red ...
what year? and PUPs?
2004, came with original Golden Age but SD 59’s are installed. I will use the Golden Age Schaller pickups in another project.
Like a rock, as have my other 2 Heritage guitars.
Tailpiece is original Schaller. I might change to tone pro or the like but the guitar sounds and plays so good I’m inclined to leave it be.
I’ll post some better pics soon.
I went with a much less expensive alternative - which has zip resell value but plays well, weighs a tad less and does everything I need, so there ya go. The Heritage IMHO is worth every penny, I just didn't have enough pennies. I got an Agile in Lemon Flame Burst almost as nice in some ways. I am finding humbuckers to loud for the amps I have, and I'm so deep into the single coil world that it would crush me to try to add really nice LP style guitars to my collection. She's a beauty. I'm jealous!