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1995 Heritage H-140! SOLD!

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Here's a great guitar that won't break the bank! Heritage Guitars was started by ex Gibson employees in the 1980's. They took over part of Gibson's historic Kalamazoo plant to build these great guitars. Many of the same Gibson workers that built guitars during the golden age now work at Heritage. The same workers, the same factory and even some of the same tooling as the original Les Pauls, ES-335's and Super 400's. The great part is that Heritage Guitars are reasonably priced. A great value for a Made in the USA instrument of this quality. Top notch specs throughout. The body of this H-140 is mahogany and is thinner than your average Les Paul for light weight. The one piece mahogany neck features a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays. Dual humbuckers dish out great tones. A Tuneomatic roller bridge, Heritage Stopbar tailpiece and Grover Rotomatic tuners keep it all solid. The finish is classic black lacquer set off by creme binding. If you are looking at a Gibson Les Paul Studio or similar guitar, you owe it to yourself to check out this Heritage.

This guitar plays great with a slim, fast neck carve. The action is low and the frets are good. The pickups are powerful and sound great. Everything works as it should. Condition wise, this would be a great guitar for a player. It shows moderate pick and clearcoat scratches on the front and some dings. The back shows some belt buckle wear. Cool for most players. Not collector geek material but groovy for a player. Comes in a hardshell case.

Heritage guitars are some of the best deals out there. Many players will take a Heritage over a Gibson citing better quality control and attention to detail. A new Les Paul Studio will cost you $1199 in stores. Why not buy a great guitar for less?


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