NAMM 2019 Video: Heritage releases four Masterbuilt custom models

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Heritage has unveiled a special run of four Masterbuilt custom shop guitars: the H-137, H-150, H155M, and Custom Eagle Classic. Overseen by the Heritage master builder Pete Farmer, these guitars have been built with special attention to detail.

Custom H-137

Heritage H-137

This guitar features a solid, one-piece genuine mahogany body and a figured curly maple veneer wrapped in a Neptune Blueburst finish. Its unique appearance is enhanced by abalone and mother of pearl inlays on the fretboard and head veneer.

Retails at $2,799.

Custom H-150

Fifties inspiration and modern refinements come together in this elegant model. It features a carefully selected mahogany body that’s light enough without chambering. This ensures maximum comfort without sacrificing sustain. Additionally, the guitar boasts two Lollar Soapbar P90 pickups that are paired with a Throbak wiring harness. According to Heritage, these electronics produce a tone that “dreams are made of”.

Retails at $3,999.

Custom H-155M

This semi-solid body model stands out with a curly maple top that’s decked out in a Washed Translucent Black. It also comes with a unique fretboard inlay that features a skull and crossbones paired with coffin-diamonds. Wrapping up the fearsome look are custom-voiced, scarred Motor City pickups.

Retails at $4,599.

Custom Eagle Classic

This guitar is pegged as the “perfect complement for the professional musician on the go”. It features a traditional Kalamazoo archtop design and a modified body dimension that measures 16 inches wide and 2.75 inches thick. As for tonewoods, the instrument features a curly maple body and a natural Sitka spruce top. The guitar also offers an arresting Burnt Amber finish and gold hardware.

Retails for $6,999.

More information at heritageguitars.com.


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