NGD 2020 Heritage H-150 Artisan Aged!

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  1. Reviresco

    Reviresco Supporting Member

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    I recently sold my Heritage H-150 in dirty lemon burst, to fund a new guitar. I was originally trying to purchase a Friedman Vintage T. However, after thinking it over, I was so impressed with my first Heritage guitar, I pretty much got the same guitar in return, but opted for the artisan aged version.

    I absolutely love the way this guitar looks. Finish checking, small dings and dents, and worn hardware. This is by far the best "relic" guitar I've played. Feels very natural and not overdone at all. It's just like pricking up an old vintage guitar thats been loved and well cared for. It also sounds fantastic, and it is one of the most resonate guitars I've had the pleasure to play.

    If you have a chance to play one, definitely check it out! Worth every penny!
     
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  2. Hefalump

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    Sweet!!!! What a beauty....congrats...,enjoy!
     
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  3. treedroppings

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    Beautiful. But no pictures of the head?! Just kidding.
     
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  4. s2y

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    Neat corg.
     
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  5. JDaniels

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    I like those A LOT!! Congrats.
     
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  6. cutaway

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    Authentic. That's how you do it. Congrats.
     
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  7. Borealis

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    Gorgeous!
    Congrats!
     
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  8. misterg71

    misterg71 The premier Hack Guitarist Silver Supporting Member

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    Yeah, let’s see that headstock!!!
     
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  10. arayadis

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    Looks gorgeous. Enjoy
     
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    Congrats! Really want my old heritage back...
     
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  13. Barquentine

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    Beautiful. Enjoy it !!
     
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  14. jncour

    jncour Silver Supporting Member

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    Gawgeous! Can't go wrong with a Heritage. Mine's vintage and beat to Hades, but I love it.
     
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  15. beatnik

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    Wow! That looks great!! I love that finish!

    Well done!
     
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  16. Presc

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    Awesome finish and wood grain. I like that they've kept the aging pretty subtle and tasteful on these - just a nice vintage patina, no crazy hunks of finish missing.

    I love my old (2001) 535. Curious to try their latest production.
     
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  17. johnh

    johnh Silver Supporting Member

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    Absolutely beautiful guitar.
     
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  18. Kmaz

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    What did you have?
     
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    An h137, two p90's and a wrap tail, singlecut. It was a little heavy, that's how I justified selling it. But I still haven't found as good sounding of a les Paul. I took out the lollar p90s and put in antiquities, which I actually had to route the pickup holes in the guitar a little deeper to do, cause lollar p90s are skinnier. What a sound... that neck pickup was unreal, such depth from a solidbody.

    Play yours in good health OP!
     
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  20. wildflower

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    What made you decide this over the New Gibson LP standard 60's? BC I've played those and they were awesome. Thank you and enjoy
     
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