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Heritage Announces New Core Collection H-150 Artisan Aged Guitar

Heritage's new Core Collection H-150 Artisan Aged guitar
(Image credit: Heritage Guitars)

Heritage has unveiled its new Core Collection H-150 Artisan Aged guitar.

Hand-built at the company's Kalamazoo, Michigan factory, the guitar features an aged and nitrocellulose-finished mahogany body with a curly maple top, a '50s C-style mahogany neck, and a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with a 12"-radius.

Sounds on the guitar come by way of a pair of Heritage Custom Shop 225 humbucking pickups, controlled by two sets of tone and volume knobs, a three-way selector switch, CTS pots, and period-appropriate Orange Drop capacitors.

Heritage's new Core Collection H-150 Artisan Aged guitar

(Image credit: Heritage Guitars)

Other appointments on the H-150 Artisan Aged include a locking bridge with an aluminum stopbar tailpiece and a holly-veneered headstock with Heritage-designed tuning machines.

The Heritage Core Collection H-150 Artisan Aged guitar is available now – in Dark Cherry Sunburst, Tobacco Sunburst, and Dirty Lemon Burst finishes – for $4,299.

For more info on the guitar, head on over to heritageguitars.com.