I have for sale a 1990 Heritage H140 in a cool tobacco burst finish.
If you aren't familiar with Heritage Guitars, you should check them out. When Gibson moved out of their Kalamazoo, MI plant in 1984, a group of Gibson employees bought the plant and started manufacturing the new Heritage line. These guitars are known for their quality and craftsmanship. Read the reviews and find out why people think the Heritage H150 blows most Gibson Les Pauls out of the water.
This guitar has been a player and has seen some use.
It does have some buckle rash, dings, etc.
It does have a headstock repair, which is why it is priced so cheap.
It already had the repair when I got it, so I took it into my local guitar tech, who checked to make sure it was solid and cleaned it up a bit.
This guitar is ready to rock and roll.
The tech really liked this guitar and commented that this Heritage is more of a Les Paul than the current Gibson's they make.
It comes with a non-original hardshell case.
Price is $875 shipped to the lower 48....payable through PayPal or USPS Money Orders. Sorry, I'm not looking for any trades at this point.
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