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Heritage Guitars of Kalamazoo
Old 17th October 2013
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Heritage Guitars of Kalamazoo

Howdy Folks,

So, does anyone own a Heritage H150 or have any experience playing one? I want one of these really effin' bad! Notice how I said "want", as I definitely don't "need" it. I have heard they are more Les Paul than even the more recent Les Paul's.

Also, the history of Heritage is pretty intriguing as well.
Old 18th October 2013
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I had an H535 for a while, and it sounded and played great. At the time, I also had a '71 Les Paul Signature (hollow body) to compare, The '71 had a fuller sound, because it is a true hollow body, but the H535 was a joy to play, and had a great midrange growl to it.
Old 20th October 2013
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Heritage makes good guitars. Their HRW pickups sound especially nice.
Old 22nd October 2013
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I wound up buying a used 335 but still hanker after their version of a 330.

Brother has a 535 and it is a joy to play.
Old 23rd October 2013
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I have a 137 , Great axe , big fat neck on that thing

Old 23rd October 2013
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I've owned a few over the years... mostly jazz boxes. I would give them the nod over their comparable gibson model without question.
Old 12th November 2013
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I really dig the H150's. My local shop has a couple in stock and they are VERY nice.

Also, I picked up and noodled with a few Collings City Limits - Holy Cow!
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