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  • '99 Heritage H150CM

    I've got a soft spot for Heritage guitars. Many of the folks making those are the same that learned under the hands of those who made the perennial Gibson classics of the '50's and '60's.

    If you're looking for a vintage Les Paul, or a guitar that has that "vibe", this is a pretty sweet deal....

    http://elderly.com/vintage/items/31U-485.htm

    HERITAGE H150CM LH (1999)
    EC-, factory left handed, honey sunburst, nice looking figured maple top, mahogany body, bound rosewood fretboard, trapezoid inlays, 2 Duncan Antiquity humbucking pickups, Schaller bridge and tailpiece, Grover tuners, 1-11/16" nut, 24-3/4" scale, made in Kalamazoo, MI., on consignment, with OHSC (black lining) (SN:P06105)
    31U-485 .. $1,400.00

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    Originally posted by imfffrr
    A penny-pinching farmer didn't want his hired hand to stopworking. One morning, he told the farmhand, "It's such a nuisanceto come in from the field,, wash up for lunch and take time to eat.Why don't we save time and eat lunch now?"The hired man agreed. The farm's wife brought in some cold meatand fried potatoes, and the two men ate again.When they had finished, the cheap famer said, www.kkfff.com "While we'restill at the table, let's have supper too. " They were now servedsteak, boiled potatoes and mixed vegetables, and they ate oncemore."Now that the meals are out of the way, " the farmer announced,we can go out and work all day without interruption. ""Oh, no, " the farmhand answered. " I never work after supper.
    Was the cold meat spam by any chance ?

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