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  1. #151
    Popping this to the top of the heap in Memory of Patrick Amato...

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  3. #152

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    Patrick? What has he done for me LATELY?
    "Somebody get me out of this chair." - BOB WILLS
    Hammertone is a registered Hofnerologist.

  4. #153

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    I have been reading some old threads over the past couple of days--mostly looking up some interesting guitars (e.g., Heritage H576). I keep running into great comments by Patrick. His gifts keep on giving.

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    I have been reading some old threads over the past couple of days--mostly looking up some interesting guitars (e.g., Heritage H576). I keep running into great comments by Patrick. His gifts keep on giving.

    [I even ran into a thread started by Marty Grass back when he was still mgoetting on this forum. Heck, he'll always be Dr. Mark to us anyway.]

  6. #155
    Was in a very sentimental mood today and this old thread I started got me thinking about many of Patrick's great guitars, many of which I'm humbled to be custodian of. I didn't realize that at one time Joe owned the Heritage New Yorker that was Patricks...

    Merry Christmas all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMikeinNJ View Post
    Was in a very sentimental mood today and this old thread I started got me thinking about many of Patrick's great guitars, many of which I'm humbled to be custodian of. I didn't realize that at one time Joe owned the Heritage New Yorker that was Patricks...

    Merry Christmas all.
    Merry Christmas and peace on earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMikeinNJ View Post
    Was in a very sentimental mood today and this old thread I started got me thinking about many of Patrick's great guitars, many of which I'm humbled to be custodian of. I didn't realize that at one time Joe owned the Heritage New Yorker that was Patricks...

    Merry Christmas all.
    I am now the caretaker of that guitar. The fact that Patrick and Joe owned it adds to it's mojo for me....
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    "When the chord changes, you should change" Joe Pass

  9. #158

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    I play this one every day:

    "Somebody get me out of this chair." - BOB WILLS
    Hammertone is a registered Hofnerologist.

  10. #159
    Hammer, I'm glad I found the "acoustic" version of that guitar's pick guard and sent it off.
    Stringswinger: I was
    searching the old threads here looking for info on my Heritage Excel and ran across so many other illuminating threads here. Doggone. I am sure you love that New Yorker...

    I want to thank all of those who contributed to this thread back in it's hey day... The info this group is walking around with is priceless... I'm so amazed at what Heritage put out back in the early and mid 90s. I have a stubborn preference for Ibanez GB10s from the late 70s, and I love the Alvarez Yairi guitars from the mid to late 70s also. But doggone I own so many gorgeous Heritage guitars made in the early and mid 90s. Amazing.

    Again thank you men for your insights and encouragement. Reading some of the old threads and Patrick's posts made me again realize none of us are promised tomorrow, none of us. So live right and live fully. Like it's your last day here...

    Big

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    What year did this website start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMgolf66 View Post
    What year did this website start?
    2008