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Newly acquired 2008 Heritage H-150 Deluxe


75Formy
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 I recently acquired this Heritage H-150 Deluxe in a beautiful Burnt Amber. It's stunning in person. Weight is great, not too heavy. I had a Heritage H-150 Alex Skolnick Model i ordered which i think only 6 sold? But i got a bit out of my mind and sold it and regretted it since. Since so few were made it's impossible to find another. Anyway, here's some photo's ... Ron .. Okay, i tried to paste the photo's but getting file size too large, and my add links to forums, not working either?

 

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2 minutes ago, golferwave said:

I can click on and see them .... Beautiful!  

Okay,, Thanks... Posting usually works on car forums i'm on,, But this will work.

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2 minutes ago, 75Formy said:

Okay,, Thanks... Posting usually works on car forums i'm on,, But this will work.

Not sure how to post photos the correct way here. Sorry. I tried.

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, pressure said:

What does the number 251 mean?

I don't know. Maybe someone will chime in about that.

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1 hour ago, Gitfiddler said:

@75FormyBeautiful H150 Deluxe.  Welcome to the HOC. :wave:

Thanks, I appreciate it.

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Yes - Brent is correct - the number was a consecutive count of the Heritage 150 Deluxes built - after Floyd Newton's departure/death, I don't think they continued.

I have a 2006 Heritage 150 Deluxe Antique Cherry Burst (ACB), SD 59 pickups marked "235" by Floyd Newton – Floyd Newton was in the Gibson paint shop in Kalamazoo, then did the painting for Heritage when they started up in 1984 – he lived Dec 8, 1933 – April 7, 2012

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By the way, I think I've seen this guitar before - and if it is the same one I'm thinking of, it was a NOS guitar originally commissioned and sold through LASAR Music Corp in Brentwood, TN, a company owned by Lane Zastrow former VP of Sales for Gibson, who also led the early marketing for Heritage

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5 hours ago, SouthernCanuck said:

Yes - Brent is correct - the number was a consecutive count of the Heritage 150 Deluxes built - after Floyd Newton's departure/death, I don't think they continued.

I have a 2006 Heritage 150 Deluxe Antique Cherry Burst (ACB), SD 59 pickups marked "235" by Floyd Newton – Floyd Newton was in the Gibson paint shop in Kalamazoo, then did the painting for Heritage when they started up in 1984 – he lived Dec 8, 1933 – April 7, 2012

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Great info to know.. So i have 251 in the series. I'm Very happy to have it, it's a beauty. This is the only one i had seen and since it was a bit different, i wanted it. Thankyou for the information.

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56 minutes ago, Gianluca said:

one of the best colors
congrats 🙂

Thanks, i really like it. I love Ambers and Burnt Ambers , when done right..The grain pattern on this is really interesting..

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8 hours ago, brentrocks said:

Congratulations.   The H150 DLX was an ongoing number edition, which I think is now discontinued.  

Thanks for the info Brent.

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