|Comments||Heritage guitars are made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and like Guild and Epiphone, the company was formed by former Gibson staffers who did not want to move with the company. Instead, they purchased facilities, fixtures and materials from Gibson and started Heritage.
This 1994 Heritage H150 Sunburst is based on the classic Les Paul design, but with a number of subtle changes. The body shape is slightly different and the headstock is narrower and tapered – this is a good thing as it decreases the angle the strings take out of the nut.
|Serial Number||K06804, built during 1994 at the Heritage plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan. This plant was formerly a Gibson facility, and many of the fixtures were Gibson property purchased by the Heritage founders – themselves former Gibson staffers – when Gibson moved south.|
|Pricing||$1,299.00 CAD with original case. SOLD|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with creme-bound rosewood fingerboard, mother of peal parallelogram position markers.|
|Frets||Original frets with some wear. Plays well.|
|Body||The Heritage H-150 is heavily influenced by the Les Paul design. Single cutaway body, using a flame maple top on a mahogany back.|
|Finish||Original Nitrocellulose lacquer sunburst finish in good condition.|
|Hardware/electronics||Grover Roto-Matic tuning machines, Schaller bridge and tailpiece, Seymour Duncan pickups. Pickup selector, individual volume and tone controls, Switchcraft panel type output jack|
|Case||Original Heritage hardshell case included.|
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