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Roy Clark Heritage!

SnidelyWhiplash

Silver Supporting Member
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A friend of mine recently acquired this. I'm familiar with Heritage's repu-
tation more than i am their instruments. I spent some time with it & i
really like it a lot. Anyone else familiar with this particular model? Any
opinions welcome.
 

amc

Member
Messages
3,141
Unfortunately, the cutaway is not wide enough to play in the upper registers
with ease.

obviously, IMHO, YMMV............
 

Dave Orban

Platinum Supporting Member
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16,866
Unfortunately, the cutaway is not wide enough to play in the upper registers
with ease.

obviously, IMHO, YMMV............
Only necessary if you spend time up in those parts.

I don't, so I don't have issues with this type if instrument.

Different strokes. ;)
 

duckbunny

Member
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3,525
I've only ever played one...but it certainly made an impression.
It was a marvelous instrument with TREMENDOUS build quality. Yet another guitar I'm soory I didn't jump on.



-db
 

docmh

Member
Messages
324
Just found this thread. I have a Roy Clark model and I love it. It's a great guitar.
I was looking for a semi-hollow guitar for a long time and played a lot of different makes and models, and never found one I really liked. I traded a PRS McCarty for it and never looked back. It just suits me better. Great playability and tone. I liked it
better than any Gibson I played. I also like the company history. The guitar looks and plays great and I'm really happy with it.
 

es125luv

Member
Messages
699
Unfortunately, the cutaway is not wide enough to play in the upper registers
with ease.

obviously, IMHO, YMMV............
I recently bought one. The thing plays and rings like a PIANO. the lower bout is NO different than an ES 335.

The body style is 1/2 ES335 (H535).

This is definately one of the finest Hertiages I have owned- and I own MANY.
 




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