Established in 1985 by three former Gibson employees, Heritage have been produced some excellent guitars over the years, with a level of detail and craftsmanship comparable to any of their bigger rivals. Manufactured in Kalamazoo, Michigan, this 2005 Heritage H-150 is a great example of a Heritage solid body electric.
Constructed from a mahogany body and neck with a nicely figured, hand carved Maple top, the H-150 is based on the typical Les Paul single cutaway body shape. The neck features a rosewood fretboard with pearl trapezoid inlays and a comfortable 'C' shaped neck profile. The body is fitted with a set of Seymour Duncan '59s, perfectly recreating the vintage tone of a '50s humbucker pickup. Other features include an adjustomatic style bridge with stop tailpiece, Sperzel tuners, and a pearl inlaid 20th Anniversary headstock design.
This guitar is in good condition, with some signs of play wear on the body. Also included is the original case. This guitar has been given a full service by our luthiers at the Vintage Instrument Workshop, and includes a 3 year warranty.