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    For your consideration...no trades please


    I have a 2020 Heritage H150 in Dirty Lemon Burst.


    This Kalamazoo classic features:


    One piece mahogany body
    Mahogany neck...PLEKed
    Monster flame maple top
    Rosewood fretboard with mother of pearl traps
    Locking Grover tuners (upgraded..no holes drilled)
    Heritage 225 Parsons St. Pickups (upgraded)
    Russian .022 PIO caps (upgraded)
    TONEPROS locking bridge and tailpiece
    Gibson style plastics (upgraded, no additional holes drilled) Original Heritage plastics included
    Heritage Hard Case


    This guitar is in excellent condition. No cracks, breaks, or repairs. No major dings, scratches or buckle rash.


    The neck is a 59-ish carve...its a full 50s style but not a baseball bat. It weighs in at 9 lbs.


    Heritage quality, right now, is the best its ever been! This H150 is a CUSTOM SHOP QUALITY GUITAR!!! Low action...incredible tone!!!


    I bought this brand new. It was $2650 out the door. OWN THIS HIGHLY UPGRADED EXAMPLE IN EX CONDITION FOR MUCH LESS!!!


    $1990 plus shipping....I ship worldwide!!!! NO TRADES PLEASE!!!!!


    Thanks for looking!!!!


    IMG_8555 by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr


    Untitled by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr


    Untitled by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr


    Untitled by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr


    Untitled by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr


    Untitled by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr


    Untitled by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr


    Untitled by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr


    Untitled by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr


    Untitled by brent HENDERSON, on Flickr

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    Love the color!! GLWTS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcwhy
    Love the color!! GLWTS!
    And the fb wood too!

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    Brent is an excellent seller.

    I don't think you'll find a better LP style guitar. I say that because the appearance is outstanding on this one, it's on the light side (for you girly men), the fretboard inlays are MOP (Heritage is going with acrylic like Gibson now), and the hardware and electronics are excellent.

    The pickups I believe are made in Nashville and are "secret sauce". Here are some examples.





    I agree with Brent that Heritage has upped its game in terms of consistency and its marketing. Pleking in talented hands is a big help.

    The older Heritages often are of great quality, too. They include a few with flaws, too. I have several of the older H-150s and H-157s otherwise I would buy this guitar. I've known Brent for many years and would rely on him. He has taken in many, many guitars, brought out their full potential, then sold them. That's just what he does.

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    Thanks fellas!!!

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    One more video to hear the pickups.


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