Heritage Guitars were founded by former employees of Gibson Guitars in 1985. They bought a lot of the old equipment and moved back to Kalamazoo factory. The result is boutique-level catalog filled with early Gibson-inspired electrics. They come in hollow, semi-hollow and solid states.
H-157 is one of seven currently active solid-body guitars. It rocks a classic LP body, made of mahogany back and curly maple top. Black & white binding around the top, gold-plated hardware and black pickguard bring back the vibe of the 60`s Les Pauls. Solid mahogany neck with glued-in joint and 22-fret ebony fingerboard completes the chassis of this timeless rocker. Two Seymour Duncan humbuckers with gold-plated covers fill the bridge and neck slots. Among other important appointments, H-157 features a two-piece hardtail bridge and closed-gear tuning machines.
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