Any Love For Heritage Guitars Out There?

Supersonic

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Never had the pleasure to play one but I've definitely admired a few from afar. Glad they kept the whole Kalamazoo thing going.
 

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I think so. They have quite a few for sale at Sweetwater. They are not cheap.



I thought I've read on the www they were out of business....
or at least no more in the Parsonstreet 225
 

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I thought I've read on the www they were out of business....
or at least no more in the Parsonstreet 225

I guess they're still there. If they made them at a different address the tones wouldn't be as good.
 

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I looked into acquiring one recently and tried a few out. Still ended up choosing Gibson. They play nice though I wouldn't say they're better or worse than Gibson - just an alternative. The choice for me came down to whether I wanted to pay similar coin and get the original headstock and shape - which I did. As far as LP alternatives go, I like what they do with their pickguard and the horn. Not a fan of the headstock.
 

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every heritage I've ever played... from 90's forward has been heavy as hell. Even the semi hollow bodies.

they're extremely well made guitars.... but cosmetically they just miss the mark for me.
 


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