For nearly a full century, the factory at 225 Parsons Street in Kalamazoo, MI has been a destination for guitarists, music enthusiasts, historians, and anyone proud of a great American story. For those who don't know, Kalamazoo, MI was the home of Gibson guitars for the better part of the 20th Century. Once Gibson closed the factory and moved south, Heritage took over and began making some of the best guitars in the business, in the same factory where the most iconic guitars in history were born. The Parsons Street factory is as important to guitar history as Les Paul himself.
Every Heritage guitar is lovingly crafted to uphold the standards of quality that are hard to find these days. Other companies cut corners, but not Heritage. Heritage uses the best parts, the best materials, and the best people, and it shows. The difference between Heritage and the other guys is that Heritage takes their time, and does it right. Hand made from the best parts and materials available, one at a time, by some of the best guitar builders in the business.
The H-150 is Heritage Guitar's answer to the iconic single cutaway electric guitar. Built from a solid Mahogany body and a Curly Maple top, the H-150 has all the tone and power you'd expect from the most famous guitar design of all time. Notable appointments include a solid Mahogany neck, single cream "all the way around" binding on the body and the neck, nickel TonePro bridge, and a pair of Seymour Duncan '59 humbuckers.
The H-150 shown here is the non-weight-relieved version, with Duncan '59 pickups and Almond Sunburst standard finish.
Solid mahogany body
Carved curly maple top
17 1⁄4” length
2” rim thickness
17° peghead pitch
Single cream binding around body top and neck
24-3⁄4” scale, 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with mother-of-pearl trapezoid inlays