The H-150 from Heritage Guitars is a high-end handmade Les Paul model, electric guitar. Only the best types of wood are used for this guitar. For example, the body is made of mahogany with a thick maple top. The neck of the H-150 is just the body one-piece mahogany. The result is huge sustain and tone. No concessions have been made in terms of quality and material in any way. A guitar built entirely according to the "old-fashioned" Gibson specs. Are you looking for a Les Paul model with an amazing tone and a lot of sustain? The Heritage H-150 is an absolute must.
The Vintage Character of the Heritage H-150 Cherry Burst
The Heritage H-150 has a vintage character. Especially thanks to Seymour Duncan 59 Humbuckers. These elements are loved by the warm and vintage character. And this fits seamlessly with the fine woods used for the body and neck. The Heritage H-150 is finished with various chic details, such as a Mother of Pearl Trapezoid inlay in the neckline and a beautiful Cherry Burst finish. This guitar is of course supplied in an original, very sturdy, wooden case.
Handmade in Kalamazoo USA
All Heritage guitars are made in Kalamazoo USA. Here's the old Gibson factory that was bought by former Gibson employees in the 1980s. With the old machines and traditional techniques they still build guitars. Every Heritage guitar is therefore built by hand, by a team of old skool trained specialists. Together with the choice of the best materials, Heritage guitars are among the very best.
Specifications of the Heritage H-150 Cherry Burst
Top: One-Piece Curly Maple Top
Finish: Vintage Cherry Sunburst
Body Wood: One piece Genuine Mahogany
Body finish: Nitrocellulose
Scale Length: 24.75"
Neck Wood: Genuine Mahogany
Fretboard Wood as Rosewood
Fretboard Inlays: Mother of Pearl Trapezoid
Bridge:Locking Bridge and Tailpiece
Hardware Type: Chrome
Treble Pickup: Seymour Duncan '59'
Bass Pickup: Seymour Duncan '59'
Controls: Two Volume and Two Tone Controls with 3-Way Toggle Pickup Switch