New Heatley pics

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  1. go7

    go7 Member

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    paintguy Long Hair Hippy Freak Silver Supporting Member

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    Congrats!

    It looks like a winner!:AOK
     
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    beautiful! :AOK
     
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    Irreverent Silver Supporting Member

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    Very, very, very nice! Love dem P90's!
     
  6. go7

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    Gentlemen the specs;
    Braz board
    Fender scale
    12. in radius,6150 frets
    Swamp ash , Maple top,maple neck
    Wolfetone P90`s 7.5 + 8.5
    Chambered w/ Heatley F hole
    Lockers
    MOP dot inlays.
    Many thanks to Scott for this piece of his art.
     
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    very nice, congrats and enjoy.
     
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    jamess Silver Supporting Member

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    Sweet! You've got yourself a lifetime instrument there. From first hand experience I know that Scott builds first rate guitars. Enjoy!
     
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    Beautiful guitar. Love the color.

    I am impatiently (as ever) awaiting my 2nd Tradition.

    peace
    -jeff
     
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    As I told wifey,this Heatley was the 2nd smartest move I`ve made.The first was to order a Heatley Standard at the same time. Should have it Soon...:D. BTW the Model T has a big beautful voice. A very deep well indeed. I don`t know how Scott can build that sound but I`m sure glad he does.
     
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    very nice!
    congrats - Heatleys are top of the line
     
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    A deep well is a good way to put it. My Tradition is extremely resonant--very full and deep. It's even a joy to hear when it's not plugged in.

    peace
    -jeff
     
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    Gorgeous! Teles with P-90s get me everytime...
     
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    Tsk tsk.... We all know that if you'd told her it was the 2ND and 3RD smartest move (the first being marrying her of course) you could already have another on order! :AOK

    Beautiful guitar by the way.
     
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    Yeah, too true.Wifey was my best move ever.That would be 31 years ago....Sheesh I`m old...And many a guitar has lived under our bed.
     
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    What a looker!

    I can just imagine how it'll sound into a semi-breakup tone amp playing some double stops and pedal steel licks!

    Wonderful looking instrument.
     

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