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InterestedPublié le 16/10/23 à 12:06
I am very interested in your Heritage Golden Eagle. Is It still available?
I ve been told that It is possible to sell gear in this website, but I don't find any chat, so I m just writting in the review, and It needs at least 50 words, so I don't know what else I can say.
Vous voulez une vraie Gibson? Ici, il est.Publié le 02/12/11 à 17:23 (contenu en anglais)
Neck : 17 degree peghead pitch; five-piece curly maple neck; multiple white bound head veneer inlaid with mother of pearl eagle and branch; back veneer inlaid with mother of pearl eagle and registration number. MOP truss rod cover, optionally engraved with customer's name.
Fingerboard : 25 1/2” scale ebony finger board multiple white bound with mother of pearl cloud inlays; with 20 frets. Radius is 12". Nut width is 1- 11/16".
Body : Single cutaway solid carved spruce top, solid carved curly maple back and solid curly maple rim; multiple white bound top and back; multiple white bound curly maple pickguard; with bound f-holes.
Body Size :
Rim Thickness - 3”
Body Width - 17”
Body Length - 20 1/4”
Electronics : One Heritage jazz floating pickup mounted on pickguard with one volume control. Tone Control is optional.
Hardware : Individual gold plated Imperial machine heads; gold plated Heritage bail tailpiece; adjustable ebony bridge with mother of pearl inlays; mother of pearl truss rod cover optionally engraved with owners name.
The Golden eagle has a nice cutaway so yes, all the frets are easily accessible. Getting a nice sound out of this guitar is as easy as strumming it once. The notes all ring out nice and loud like you would expect from a nice dreadnought but they also have a lot of projection, meaning you want get lost in the mix too easily. It is hands down the nicest guitar I have ever played. It is relatively light and extremely comfortable to play. The large body sits nice in my lap and because it is fairly thin, I can really wrap myself around it and get down. There are no drivers for this.
I ran this into my Fender Twin Reverb Reissue with a little bit of the reverb on there and it sounded AMAZING!! Right away I was able to get one of the sweetest Jazz tones I have ever heard. I think Wes Montgomery would love this setup. With a few effects though, it quickly became a rocking beast. I threw on an Analog Man Bi-comp, a Modded TS9 and a Diamond Halo Chorus and was blown away at the fullness and richness this guitar still pumped through all those effects. There really isn't a sound that this thing makes that I don't like. I play all sorts of styles including Jazz, Electronica and Rock and I used this for all of them.
What I like most about this guitar is all the things I mentioned before as well as this guitar is loud and projects a lot even when used acoustically. That was a big hit because I like to jam a lot and there are some great acoustic musicians in the area. Nothing turns those guys off quicker than turning on an amp. The only thing I don't like about this guitar is I don't own it. It was a "Guest" at our studio for a month and I miss it horribly. The guy who brought it in was selling it used for $1200 and I would have happily paid that but at the time I couldn't afford it. This is hands down one of the best guitars I have ever heard or used and I give it a 10 out of 10. I have used a fair amount of Archtop guitars including an old 1947 Gretsch New Yorker, several Eastman's and even a couple of the Ibanez Artcores (least favorite) and the Heritage blows them all out of the water. I definitely recommend Heritage guitars to everyone I know.
- Fabricant : Heritage
- Modèle : Golden Eagle
- Catégorie : Guitares électriques Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body
- Fiche créée le : 23/09/2011
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mais votre aide est la bienvenue
Autres catégories dans Guitares électriques
Autres dénominations : goldeneagle, , golden eagle, goldeneagleblonde