Heritage 575

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  1. Dave Morton

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    I finally got my new Heritage H-575 archtop guitar. It took about 6 months to get but was definitely worth the wait because I had some custom inlay work done. The fingerboard is ebony and gold hardware and upgraded HRW pickups, make this guitar a dream to play.

    Here's a picture. http://home.comcast.net/~dmorton55/i...eritage575.jpg
     
  2. JustinCleveland

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    Pretty...

    Looks like fun. Next time I'm in Elmhurst, I'll drop by. We'll jam. [​IMG]
     
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    Heritage offers a lot of bang for the buck. I've got a 150CM, had it made with a slighty slimmer body (by about 1/4") and the Ultra top. I like the fact that with Heritage you can get custom features without adding thousands to the price (at least for simpler stuff). Only downside is you get nailed on resale value if you ever decide to sell.
     
  4. Dave Morton

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    Stop on down anytime. I'm always looking for someone to jam with.

    I've heard about the re-sale value of Heritage. But I still have my first Cortez LP copy. So that's not an issue for me as I will never sell any of my instruments. [​IMG]
     

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