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  • MGR/John CainMGR/John Cain

    Heritage 150CM

    Heritage H-150CMPublished on 08/28/01 at 15:00
    I purchased this guitar from World Class Guitars in CT. I paid just under $1600 for the guitar, minor hardware modification, beautiful double flamed top, flight case, and shipping to Chicago.

    This guitar is amazing. It has some great tone to it, almost identical to a Les Paul, neck feels good and real easy to play, and there are no problems that I have found (and I looked pretty hard... minor buzz on the 3rd fret of the low e, but that went away). A little on the heavy side, but thats ok.

    Nothing wrong with the guitar that I have found yet. Only improvements I can see are a pickup change and a new amp. The Marshall Valvestate I have isn't exactly performing to it's fullest...

    Ve…
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    I purchased this guitar from World Class Guitars in CT. I paid just under $1600 for the guitar, minor hardware modification, beautiful double flamed top, flight case, and shipping to Chicago.

    This guitar is amazing. It has some great tone to it, almost identical to a Les Paul, neck feels good and real easy to play, and there are no problems that I have found (and I looked pretty hard... minor buzz on the 3rd fret of the low e, but that went away). A little on the heavy side, but thats ok.

    Nothing wrong with the guitar that I have found yet. Only improvements I can see are a pickup change and a new amp. The Marshall Valvestate I have isn't exactly performing to it's fullest...

    Very well constructed, solid, and I believe all that I've heard about them being a low-output company. Quality hardware, and they even took the time to write on a little scroll-looking sticker that says Heritage Guitar Inc. with my model number finish type and all that... I was just happy it wasn't engraved by a machine is all. I have the feeling this guitar will be around for a while.

    This guitar rocks. Worth every penny, and maybe even more. I put it up there with the Gibsons and PRS's I have played for almost double the price. I would recommend this guitar, and the entire Heritage line, to anyone looking for one hell of a guitar for a reasonable price. I also recommend World Class Guitars www.edromanguitars.com They have a huge selection of Heritage guitars, and great service. I plan on buying another Heritage, most likely from World Class.

    Sorry about the advertising, but they really do kick ass.



    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • jovitujovitu

    Heritage H-150CMPublished on 12/07/03 at 01:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    2700 Euros

    Very hard to find (in Paris Exprinces I think)

    This is Lespaul factory in the old Kalamazoo plant, by hand, by the old Gibson luthiers. Unlike Gibson, the mahogany guitar is a party and the table still 2 Abalone inlays are plastic and not as much of the production Gibson.
    22 frets, Grover and the rest of the fittings were coming from Shaller.
    Schaller Seymour or the choice
    The handle is in a type 60 and 57.

    UTILIZATION

    This is a handle Lespaul, he participated in size to the sound of the guitar, very nice finish (beautiful wood inlay.

    SOUNDS

    I play jazz and blues for nearly 30 years. I had 3 gibson LP, the MODEL Heritage, except for a finish wort…
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    2700 Euros

    Very hard to find (in Paris Exprinces I think)

    This is Lespaul factory in the old Kalamazoo plant, by hand, by the old Gibson luthiers. Unlike Gibson, the mahogany guitar is a party and the table still 2 Abalone inlays are plastic and not as much of the production Gibson.
    22 frets, Grover and the rest of the fittings were coming from Shaller.
    Schaller Seymour or the choice
    The handle is in a type 60 and 57.

    UTILIZATION

    This is a handle Lespaul, he participated in size to the sound of the guitar, very nice finish (beautiful wood inlay.

    SOUNDS

    I play jazz and blues for nearly 30 years. I had 3 gibson LP, the MODEL Heritage, except for a finish worthy of a Custom Shop Les Paul is the best on which I played. Trs a long sustain and manufactured Confre great sensitivity to the game
    Be careful, these guitars transittent arrive by air and most often compltement drgles. A passage from a luthier is often mandatory.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For those looking for a great guitar like Gibson for a long time, these guitars are Gibsons to what a traditional Fender Custom Shop is an American Standart. A musical instrument out of time, we achte after having tried everything and that is kept (in time, comparisons with other brands will be advantage). If you try one, be sure it will give its best even after a few years and do not judge a green guitar! The wood works and is! it's not a guitar "Mac Donald" but rather a "Bocuse," made by hand in small SERIES by real luthiers .... a pleasure .....
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  • deamdeam

    Heritage H-150CMPublished on 05/07/07 at 05:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Heritage H 150 CM Almond Sunburst.

    Bought used for 1300 Euros.
    It is 93 ', it has VCU giving it a cot Vintage I like.
    The finish is exemplary, I weighed it is more than 5 kg.
    The tune O matic is especially can rgler spacing between the strings and arise from above the tailpiece.
    The pickups are Seymour 59 'home is simple I love this microphone position against the handle by a lack in the bridge position a little PCHE.
    Otherwise the rest is a Les Paul.

    UTILIZATION

    The comfort game is like a Les Paul:
    -The handle is rather like the classic 60's Profile
    -The Access in acute Misr is good but when achte a typical Les Paul guitar you know it's as if done well trs.
    -W…
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    Heritage H 150 CM Almond Sunburst.

    Bought used for 1300 Euros.
    It is 93 ', it has VCU giving it a cot Vintage I like.
    The finish is exemplary, I weighed it is more than 5 kg.
    The tune O matic is especially can rgler spacing between the strings and arise from above the tailpiece.
    The pickups are Seymour 59 'home is simple I love this microphone position against the handle by a lack in the bridge position a little PCHE.
    Otherwise the rest is a Les Paul.

    UTILIZATION

    The comfort game is like a Les Paul:
    -The handle is rather like the classic 60's Profile
    -The Access in acute Misr is good but when achte a typical Les Paul guitar you know it's as if done well trs.
    -When they put it on the shoulder you know that there is heavy wood there's no souci.Au beginners I t surprised by the thickness of the body we put a soon get used the right arm.

    SOUNDS

    I play Blues, Rock, Hard Rock and even some metal.
    With a good amp there's no worry, it's fat and he drools a yammer of the table with acute Rabl.
    Seymour 59 microphones of the 'perfect sound for much of the musical styles I play, I think later change the bridge pickup by Seymour Distortion or Jeff Beck for more attack.
    Good clear sound boffff is not his strong it's still a little runny j'm'en mad love.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few months and I fell in love, in my Mesa Mark IV is the Apocalypse.
    I have several guitars, I love all the sounds, I play both Fender, Gibson, PRS or even Washburn.
    I do not know if the RE versatile guitar.
    Not for me it still lacks something, but the closer together.
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