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Heritage H-150 USA Hand Built Chevron Flame Maple Top with Case

Heritage H-150 USA Hand Built Chevron Flame Maple Top with Case

$3,000.00

This is a new Heritage H150 with custom ordered Chevron Flame Maple top. Modeled after the Gibson Les Paul and built by the actual Gibson Employees that worked at the Gibson Kalamazoo factory in the 50's, 60's and 70's. Comes with hard shell case and warranty.

H 150 Specifications:

Neck : 17 degree peghead pitch; one piece mahogany neck.

Fingerboard : 24 3/4" scale rosewood cream bound fingerboard with 22 frets; mother of pearl trapezoid inlays.

Body ; Single cutaway solid body with solid carved curly maple top and solid mahogany back; cream bound top; with cream pickguard.

Body Size :

Rim thickness - 2"
Body width - 13"
Body length - 17 1/4"

Electronics : Two chrome plated Seymour Duncan pickups; two volume and two tone controls with selector switch.

Hardware : Chrome plated hardware.

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Will consider trades for Electric or Acoustic Guitars, Bass Guitar, Amps, Pedals, Pro Audio, Keyboards etc. The brands I like are Gibson, Fender, Gretsch, Martin, Godin, Guild, BC Rich, Jackson, Charvel, Ibanez, Boss, Roland, Mackie, Moog, Korg, MXR, Dunlop, ZVEX, HBE, Homebrew, Carl Martin, Electro Harmonix, Marshall, Mesa Boogie, JBL, QSC, GK, Gallien Krueger, SWR, etc.

HERITAGE GUITARS HISTORY:
Heritage Guitar Inc. of 225 Parsons Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan was incorporated on April 1, 1985. The company is going on 25 years old, it has achieved the status of one of the premier guitar companies in the world today. It is, in many instances, the new guitar line handled by countless vintage shops throughout the world. This indicates it is thought of as the collectible guitar of tomorrow.

The idea to start Heritage Guitar began when the Gibson Guitar Corporation closed its Kalamazoo, Michigan factory in September of 1984 and moved all production to its other plant in Nashville, Tennessee (in operation since 1975). When this took place, some of the employees were asked to move to Nashville. However, since their families had spent many years in Kalamazoo, it made it difficult to uproot and move. Therefore 3 men, Jim Deurloo, Marvin Lamb, and JP Moats, decided to start a guitar manufacturing business. In 1985 when the company was incorporated, 2 other former Gibson Guitar Corporation employees, Bill Paige and Mike Korpak, joined as owners. Mike left the company in 1985.

The idea to start Heritage Guitar began when the Gibson Guitar Corporation closed its Kalamazoo, Michigan factory in September of 1984 and moved all production to its other plant in Nashville, Tennessee (in operation since 1975). When this took place, some of the employees were asked to move to Nashville. However, since their families had spent many years in Kalamazoo, it made it difficult to uproot and move. Therefore 3 men, Jim Deurloo, Marvin Lamb, and JP Moats, decided to start a guitar manufacturing business. In 1985 when the company was incorporated, 2 other former Gibson Guitar Corporation employees, Bill Paige and Mike Korpak, joined as owners. Mike left the company in 1985.

The founders biggest resource is and was the group of craftsmen they could draw from to begin operations. The owners themselves each had in excess of 25 years of hands on experience in making guitars. To this day each of the owners is directly involved in the manufacturing of each instrument.

Heritage started operations in the oldest of five buildings formerly owned and operated by Gibson Guitar Corporation. That building was completed in 1917 and has been a center for guitar manufacturing ever since. Much of the machinery that Heritage uses today, was purchased from Gibson Guitar Corporation.

The first guitar Heritage introduced was the H-140 solid body single cutaway electric guitar. This model was shown at the NAMM show in June of 1985.

Since that time Heritage has added many instruments. Currently Heritage manufacturers Custom Carved Hollow Body Guitars, Semi Hollow Body Guitars, and Solid Body Guitars. This is to say nothing of the countless number of custom instruments made in each of the groups previously mentioned. Banjos, Mandolins, Flat Tops, and Basses, are no longer being produced because of the demand for the guitars mentioned in the above 3 categories.

The idea to start Heritage Guitar began when the Gibson Guitar Corporation closed its Kalamazoo, Michigan factory in September of 1984 and moved all production to its other plant in Nashville, Tennessee (in operation since 1975). When this took place, some of the employees were asked to move to Nashville. However, since their families had spent many years in Kalamazoo, it made it difficult to uproot and move. Therefore 3 men, Jim Deurloo, Marvin Lamb, and JP Moats, decided to start a guitar manufacturing business. In 1985 when the company was incorporated, 2 other former Gibson Guitar Corporation employees, Bill Paige and Mike Korpak, joined as owners. Mike left the company in 1985.

The founders biggest resource is and was the group of craftsmen they could draw from to begin operations. The owners themselves each had in excess of 25 years of hands on experience in making guitars. To this day each of the owners is directly involved in the manufacturing of each instrument.

Heritage is proud of its older employees' with 25 years of average experience and what it has accomplished in 24 years. Heritage is also training younger luthiers to learn this fine art of craftsmanship.

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