2021 Heritage H-150 LP-Style Electric Guitar

Tone: It's got a round, full, rich sound. It's very-much in the classic LP vein of the late '50s. It's mellow and full-enough to handle jazz gigs but, when given some drive, will punch right through for rock-and-the-rest.

Feel: It handles like a vintage LP! ...which is much the point, I believe. It's got some heft to it but it's not as extreme as, say, '70s Gibsons. 

Interesting features: This one has some particularly-intense figured maple for its carved top. The standard Heritage "snakehead" headstock is a good look on a classic design and the fancy big-block inlay in the neck and the nicely-sprayed cherry sunburst give it a crisp, classy look.

Repairs included: It's had a quick setup.

  • Maker: Heritage
  • Model: H-150 Standard
  • Body style: LP solidbody
  • Weight: 9 lbs 7 oz
  • Scale length: 24 5/8"
  • Nut width: 1 11/16"
  • Neck shape: medium C
  • Board radius: 10"
  • Body width: 13"
  • Body depth: 1 7/8"
  • Body wood: mahogany w/flamed maple top
  • Bridge: ABR-style
  • Fretboard: rosewood
  • Neck wood: mahogany
  • Pickups: 2x Seymour Duncan '59
  • Action height at 12th fret: 1/16” overall (fast, spot-on)
  • String gauges: 46w-10
  • Truss rod: adjustable
  • Neck relief: straight
  • Fret style: medium-bigger

Condition notes: It's more-or-less new save very light wear -- there's the tiniest fretwear in evidence (does not need to be leveled/dressed) and there may be some very light scratches or "swirl marks" on the body but I haven't found them yet. I say that just to be lawyerly prepared...

It comes with: It's got its original hard case.

Consignor tag: JW