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  • Do you like this guitar and is it worth $1350?

    Pictures ain't that hard

    2010 Heritage 25th Anniversary H150, (front1  front2), (back1  back2), (headstock), (case).  Limited run to commemorate Heritage's 25 years in guitar building.  The Anniversary model isn't radically different (truss rod cover, Vintage Sunburst upgraded top, Duncan pickups) from their regular H150, but it's  beautiful guitar regardless.  Heritage used an Old Style Burst on this guitar which coincidentally, is the exact same color Gibson used on their 25/50 Anniversary Les Paul.  Specs include: Single cutaway solid body with solid carved curly maple top and solid mahogany back; cream bound top; with cream pickguard; 17 degree headstock angle; one piece mahogany neck; 24 3/4

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    Originally Posted by Prages

    I think everyone in the world has been lonely at some point in their life...and most of them could have probably written a more betterest song about it.

    Originally Posted by tiger roach

    Once my mom told me not to go outside because there was a bird fight going on. I thought, "Bird fight, WTF? She can't really think I would fall for that crap." So I went outside anyway and a bird pecked me on the head.

    Originally Posted by gennation

    Negatory, even dressed as a man I'm more of a man than you.

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    Yes and yes.













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    • Gary Blanchard
      Gary Blanchard commented
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      I quite like that, and I would say it is worth the price, but not for me.

  • #3
    Maybe, yes.
    There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that "my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge." - Isaac Asimov, Newsweek (21 January 1980)


    • bjcarl
      bjcarl commented
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      Yes and Yes.

      I'm a Gibson fan but Heritage is Gibson without controversy. Essentially, it IS the real thing.

      Contrary to popular belief, however, Heritage does use CNC machines.

  • #4
    Heritage >/= Gibson
    Sry but you fail once more.


    • Jimmy James
      Jimmy James commented
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      Pine Apple Slim wrote:
      Heritage >/= Gibson
      Sry but you fail once more.

      We suffer through your lack of taste in head stocks.