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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mcarty1, Mar 1, 2018.
Just read this on facebook....
Yeah Heritage is staying where they are at. I just do not agree that a CNC or plek machine is bad like the fired employees made it out to be??? It IMPROVES the product....and does NOT take away from it.This whole attitude of CNC machines not being able to co-exsist with hand made is crazy! PRS does this all the time! And they are known for their QC! I just don't get it....BOTH should be able to co-exsist! At PRS you may have a CNC and plek maching doing some work...and then you have guys manually sanding the guitars down also....so I don't see the "rub"...."bub"!
I quit my part time job at Starbucks in protest when the then CEO (from Wal-Mart) decided to switch to robot espresso machines, an brought ovens in to warm egg sandwiches.
They’ve never recovered from it.
The building looks abandoned...
Heritage? ....... hmmmm ....... I can't recall knowing, hearing, or reading about anybody of note playing any of their instruments ..........
Pray tell how did you warm the egg sandwiches before this?! My vivid imagination is doing somersaults! Did Sergio put them in a foil lined bag and nest on them like a mother hen?! Surely not, but I know from his “dimebag” series how ingenious he is. How did he do it?
There just were no egg sandwiches before then.
I’m so disappointed
You’re a big egg sandwich guy, huh?
No, I was hoping that there was going to be an interesting story about the “egg sandwich warming”! Maybe some rhinestone, some gold leaf!!
Nah... there was a lot of baking going on in the walk-in refrigerator though.
They were the Gibson factory until Henry took over, and moved the operation to Nashville. However, Heritage kept the old machinery, designs, and many of the workers.
You’ve probably heard of Gibson.
That’d be her, all right.
Already aware, that wasn't my point.
Never heard of Kenny Burrell?
Never heard of Roy Clark?
For the TSO guys...
Good one, cause I couldn't bring anyone to mind that was a Heritage player.
I will admit most of the time I've seen him playing Gibsons tho.