- Made in 2001 at the Kalamazoo Factory
- Finished in Nitrocellulose Chestnut Sunburst
- Seymour Duncan '59 Pickups
- Maple Top with Mahogany Body
- Mahogany Neck with Rosewood Fingerboard
Here is a beautiful Heritage H150CM Les Paul Style Electric Guitar. Made in Gibson's old Kalamazoo Factory in the USA in 2001.
Heritage Guitars were founded in 1985 by the former employees of Gibsons' Kalamazoo factory. Due to excess production capacity, Gibson decided to close the Kalamazoo factory and relocate its factory and staff to Nashville. However many of the staff decided to stay in Kalamazoo and setup Heritage Guitars on the ground floor of the old Gibson factory.
The Heritage H150CM is a tribute to Gibsons' famous 'Les Paul' shaped electric guitar.
The Seymour Duncan '59 pickups offer a vintage voiced PAF tone. Designed in the spirit of the original 50s PAF humbuckers, these pickups have a sweet sustain, with a clear and bright attack. The perfect match to the guitar.
The H150 features a traditional selection of woods featuring a Mahogany Body with Maple Top, and a Mahogany neck with a Rosewood fingerboard.
Overall this Heritage is in fantastic condition. There are some light wear and tear marks on the back, but nothing that detracts from the beauty of this guitar (see photos).
Included is the original Heritage Hard Case, also in great condition.
Heritage guitars are seen by many as the ultimate tribute to the original Gibson designs, made at the original Kalamazoo factory. A true collectable and the ultimate players guitar.
The guitar comes professionally setup with a 3 month warranty.