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  1. Here is a Heritage you don’t see every day… 1989 Heritage H150 Deluxe LIMITED EDITION. #45 of ????? PRE LAWSUIT Gibson body shape. Multi ply binding on the top of the body. Bound flame maple topped headstock. Belly cut MONSTER FLAME TOP Bound flame maple pickguard (in the case) 60s neck Stock Schaller pickups Tonepros locking tailpiece and bridge Grover tuners. A very rare Heritage here! In 1988 and 1989, the first H150s very closely mirrored the Gibson Les Paul (Before Gibson treated to sue heritage) This is one of the early ones and a Deluxe to boot!!! The body cut is exactly like a Les Paul Standard. The 150 Deluxe is a blinged out 150. Premium woods, belly cut, bound matching headstock, multi ply body binding and a matching flame maple pickguard. #45 is is a stunning piece. 9.25 lbs. 60s slim taper neck. And, Look at that top!!!!! Sets up really well. Not a big fan of the Schaller pickups, they will probably go bye bye. Frets are starting to get a little low. They’ve probably been dressed a couple times over the past 34 years. It’s in awesome condition for 34 years old!! No cracks or breaks. No signs of abuse. Just a killer piece of Heritage history.
  2. I saw it on Instagram this morning!!!!
  3. This is a 2017. Originally ordered by Eddie’s Guitars. I bought it from Eddie’s in 3 pieces, after UPS broke it. I fixed it.
  4. Heritage certainly didn’t disappoint with the Custom Core P90!!! Now, Heritage did not just take the Custom Core humbucker model and just route it out for P-90s….they totally redesigned this model (a little birdy told me). The neck shape was cloned from a 1956 Les Paul. The dish carve was also cloned from that same 56. First off, the setup out of the box was PERFECT! I couldn’t have set it up any better. PLEKed to perfection. Low-medium low action. Plays like a dream!!! Finish work and final preparations were excellent!! VOS finish. A glorious flame top! Great burst. One piece mahogany back and neck. Good binding scrape. Buff and sanding is very well done. Neck angle is perfect. Very little neck relief necessary. Only 8.5 lbs. The neck is great feeling 50s carve. Medium shoulder, not super fat. The pickups are Heritage designed, just like the 225 humbuckers. These p90s sound great. The bridge has great clarity and sparkle. But still has a warmness to it. The neck also has great clarity and a hint of sparkle but also has a fat, warm bottom end. The hardware is decent. Lightweight Aluminum bridge and tailpiece. Gotoh tuners. Switchcraft toggle and jack. CTS pots. Orange Drop caps. Amber top hat knobs sans pointers. It shipped in a very nice, heavy duty case with a crushed velvet interior. Included was a really nice gatefold hard covered COA, keychain, final inspection card and Heritage info card. All in all, I’m VERY IMPRESSED with Heritage’s new Custom Core model. It follows suit with its cousin with humbuckers. A beautiful, great playing, wonderful sounding guitar!!!
  5. Thanks Scott. They did not give me the weight. I’ll post more pics and all the details when it arrives.
  6. Just received a call from my sales associate at Sweetwater! They received their first Dirty Lemon, Custom Core P 90 H150 from Heritage today! I had it on reserve. Should be receiving it Saturday. Here are the Sweetwater pics…
  7. I heard from a reputable source that the P 90 pick ups are being wound in Kalamazoo, but I cannot a 100% confirm that
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