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"Heritage H-535"

Heritage H 535Published on 06/26/01 at 15:00
$600 used

It is a fantastic guitar for jazz, but also good for rock and blues. Tone is always fat and clear, and the sustain is good. Action is low, and the neck feels great.


It is designed to be used with heavier strings, so it is not the greatest for string bending. It really is more of a jazz guitar, but that is what I use it for.


Top back and sides are solid wood. It is made mostly of beautiful quilted maple. It is semi-hollow which lends to its good sustain and fat tone. Binding is a nice touch. A very well made guitar


If you can get this guitar for anywhere near what I got it for, go for it. It is worth more like $1200+. Tone and appearance are beautiful, and it......
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$600 used

It is a fantastic guitar for jazz, but also good for rock and blues. Tone is always fat and clear, and the sustain is good. Action is low, and the neck feels great.


It is designed to be used with heavier strings, so it is not the greatest for string bending. It really is more of a jazz guitar, but that is what I use it for.


Top back and sides are solid wood. It is made mostly of beautiful quilted maple. It is semi-hollow which lends to its good sustain and fat tone. Binding is a nice touch. A very well made guitar


If you can get this guitar for anywhere near what I got it for, go for it. It is worth more like $1200+. Tone and appearance are beautiful, and it feels like a dream.


This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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Heritage H 535Published on 07/26/06 at 02:58
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Wonderful!
Made in Kalamazooooooo is old factory and former Gibson Gibson luthier!

Acajour body, I believe, but it's a crazy body!
The wood is beautiful and the color class. Nikel varnish and the trs beautiful violin.

Mahogany

Binding all floors, black butts (but I like it:).
Dtails superb finish

Gibson typ fittings but much better quality you see on this guitar it did not take the default of "Multi-National Amricaine" Who has dlocalise lol.

The key is rosewood trs enjoyable. The shape of the handle is top but it is a matter of taste. For me it's the best I had. Not too big not too large.

The rglages Les Paul Custom is the same one I put a single tonality but hey we......
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Wonderful!
Made in Kalamazooooooo is old factory and former Gibson Gibson luthier!

Acajour body, I believe, but it's a crazy body!
The wood is beautiful and the color class. Nikel varnish and the trs beautiful violin.

Mahogany

Binding all floors, black butts (but I like it:).
Dtails superb finish

Gibson typ fittings but much better quality you see on this guitar it did not take the default of "Multi-National Amricaine" Who has dlocalise lol.

The key is rosewood trs enjoyable. The shape of the handle is top but it is a matter of taste. For me it's the best I had. Not too big not too large.

The rglages Les Paul Custom is the same one I put a single tonality but hey we are in the vintage.
...

-1 Head and two tone black handle

UTILIZATION

Channel Extra! Ds + the spirit of a ibanez artist of the 80s and a DeArmond as an elite or a yam.

I tried an Ibanez Artist 1983, a DeArmond starfire (I think, that of Daniel de Chateau Thierry;)), an Elitist piphone 335 and a yamaha 335 typ.
Well I acht that l. .. the handle is close enough to De Armond, but far ahead of Yamaha and piphone taient that both catastrophic I find comfort. The varnish is just right it hangs not unlike some of Gibson and agreements are pressed by themselves, which is very well for some jazz chords ... :)
it is very late and fast in hand, the direct sound riffs and solos are really enjoyable

The weight is trslger and standing not worry

The original sound is low on schaller pickups, but OCCAZ buy the guitar in classic silent hill 57 ...

(I sell the brand new Schaller see homepage)
ACCS good at acute (within the limits of the possible shape of the guitar, sitting on oblivion)

trs a great pleasure to play it gnial

SOUNDS

The sound is standard, we must not stop scratching at the jazz bb king.Du Ten Years After, until tickle Angus Young (Malcolm Young, we are in the thick of it) into jazz, a rgal!

It's really top, which sustain, what a round in his vintage wish all the sweetness but a lot of attack. The knobs of their rle Tone plays well and we have some wonderful clean sound, reduces noise.
I have a Peavey Classic 30 and it's amazing what one little play with this without scratching effects.

The rock is the top,
The blues is the top
Jazz is the top (as far as I can play;)
Hard to pass (there that see the number of half cash live .....) anyway ACDC is like the cd (I own almost)
The mtal is not the top ... yeah s'arrte has l:)

In short it is the sound of egg gnial

A TRUE !!!!!! 335

Lamp and an amp that sounds a rgl

OVERALL OPINION

To test urgently and for those who still think Gibson ...?:!

Les Paul Custom a try if I buy a live Heritage ..... (A well named;)

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Really great to have a look at exprience pigalle guitar and take a look at these marvels made in Kalamazooooooooooo Heritage
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Heritage H 535Published on 12/17/06 at 14:26
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
US beautiful guitar, ES 335 copy, versatile with which anything is possible ...

UTILIZATION

The finish is excellent with a beautiful polish.
The handle is comfortable with the right to treble Accessibility assistive technology software.
The instrument is lightweight, does not PSE on shoulders, but the resulting sound is standard!

SOUNDS

The instrument allows a return of all the nuances and subtleties: the sound is prcis, equilibrated in smooth clear sound. With a Boogie Quad Boss OD1 or pedals (we get a hyper saturated sustain hell to play "fawn" Gary Moore and Santana!

OVERALL OPINION

Super Guitar qualitprix excellent value! ...
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US beautiful guitar, ES 335 copy, versatile with which anything is possible ...

UTILIZATION

The finish is excellent with a beautiful polish.
The handle is comfortable with the right to treble Accessibility assistive technology software.
The instrument is lightweight, does not PSE on shoulders, but the resulting sound is standard!

SOUNDS

The instrument allows a return of all the nuances and subtleties: the sound is prcis, equilibrated in smooth clear sound. With a Boogie Quad Boss OD1 or pedals (we get a hyper saturated sustain hell to play "fawn" Gary Moore and Santana!

OVERALL OPINION

Super Guitar qualitprix excellent value!
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Heritage H 535Published on 12/11/07 at 03:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Leave to repeat once again, hand-made guitar (yes, yes, it exists) in the historic Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan, is also written on the back of the head of the guitar .
22 frets, two pickups Schaller quality
Same mechanisms as the ES 335, which take the Gotoh tuning
3 mic positions
handle of a piece, very fine and pleasant, small hands will appreciate

UTILIZATION

Like many guitars of this style, access to acute easy not easy
This guitar is balanced and somewhat heavy (what I was looking), about 3.4 kilos. The body is ultrathin, while massive, happy to hold her in his arms.
Superb finish with a varnish that reveals the grain, beautiful cream binding, neck junction......
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Leave to repeat once again, hand-made guitar (yes, yes, it exists) in the historic Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan, is also written on the back of the head of the guitar .
22 frets, two pickups Schaller quality
Same mechanisms as the ES 335, which take the Gotoh tuning
3 mic positions
handle of a piece, very fine and pleasant, small hands will appreciate

UTILIZATION

Like many guitars of this style, access to acute easy not easy
This guitar is balanced and somewhat heavy (what I was looking), about 3.4 kilos. The body is ultrathin, while massive, happy to hold her in his arms.
Superb finish with a varnish that reveals the grain, beautiful cream binding, neck junction box perfect. We are in the high end. But it is discreet.
Details, the head is black and fine, and the pickguard is solid mahogany. Cordier adjustable hyper accurate

SOUNDS

Obviously this guitar can do anything, the bass is round and powerful, and treble. In neck pickup, it is very soft. Note that we find very easily sound that is sought, without fiddling the buttons two hours. I play on a small Valbee, which is the trick in an apartment. I am forced to play low, but even there it is expressed

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it used three months ago on AudioFanzine because it is not easy to find, but I was willing to wait. I had before I sold a Duesenberg. I thought of an ES 335, but apart from the high-end, I thought the finish was average. For a budget less than half, I have a guitar that sounds very well finished, and has its own history.
So yes, I would not exchange two barrels of a great brand against my Heritage
I count even buy other guitars of this brand. For info, go to personal page www.ramonleal.net, you can see the legacy he has
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  • Manufacturer: Heritage
  • Model: H 535
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/16/2004

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