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    Rich tones and comfy ergonomics with a 2-3/4 depth body.This "custom" H575 was Plek’d in 2020 and is playing great and includes a few optional features, including:

    -Carved arched Sitka Spruce top. Solid carved curly Maple back & solid rims (optional)
    -HRW Rendal Wall single vintage style humbucker with controls below the f hole (optional)
    -Nitrocellulose lacquer finish
    -Ebony compensated floating bridge (optional)
    -Solid curly rock Maple pick guard- lacquered, Translucent black stain
    -16 inch lower bout width, 2.75” rim depth, 24.75” scale, 1 11/16th “ nut width
    -Honduran Mahogany neck with a comfortable medium C size & shape
    -Bound body/neck (optional)/peghead(optional)
    -Dual strap buttons
    -Schaller tuning keys (optional)
    -Black Tolex Heritage logo hardshell case

    Only blemishes are some minimal dulling type patina on the tailpiece’s nickel plating and some minor surface scratches in the top’s lacquer.

    Pics here:
    Heritage H-575 2001 - Spruce Top! | Orinda Guitars | Reverb

    Asking $2300 pre-paid, buyer pays shipping, lower 48 only.

    Last edited by HighSnows; 09-29-2020 at 02:56 PM.

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    Great guitar. Good luck with sale.

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    Need to mention in the heading it's made with a single neck pickup. Very rare for Heritage guitars and guitars in general. The exception not the rule.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wildcat View Post
    Great guitar. Good luck with sale.

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    Very nice H575 'Custom'. GLWYS.

    Heritage will be happy to build you a comparable guitar for around $4,500 these days. Their 'Standard' model starts at $3,499.


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    been ogling that guitar on the local craigs for a bit now...very nice!

    luck

    cheers

    ps- i'd chuck the pickguard...take off that heavy H tailpiece and replace with vintagey trapeze and replace those speed knobs...let that spruce top vibrate!! hah...great guitar
    Last edited by neatomic; 09-27-2020 at 10:59 PM.

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    Man I thought this axe would be gone by now. Come on guys put me out of my misery.

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    Wow, Orinda! That’s the town I grew up in.

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    Bump for a great guitar