A 1992 Heritage H-140 in Cherry Sunburst finish.
In 1985, several former Gibson employees wanted to continue the guitar making business that Gibson made famous in Kalamazoo, Michigan, so they purchased space at the iconic Kalamazoo factory as well as Gibson's original equipment and began making great guitars under the Heritage name in the tradition and style of iconic Gibson models. This 1992 H-140 is a great example of Heritage workmanship and quality. Taking its cue from a certain maple capped mahogany solid body guitar, this H-140 looks, plays, and sounds the part to perfection. Replaced pickups and bridge, but otherwise original. Set up in-house by our esteemed Guitar Tech and it's totally dialed in. Comes with its original hard shell case.
Nickel Grover Rotomatic Tuners
1 11/16" Nut
Mahogany Neck with 24 3/4"
Neck Depth .78" at First Fret and .96" at Twelfth Fret
22 Medium Jumbo Frets in Excellent Condition
Rosewood Fingerboard with 12" Radius
Non-Original DiMarzio Jazz (Neck) and JB (Bridge) Pickups with DiMarzio Pots and Mallory Caps
Non-Original Faber Bridge and Gotoh Tailpiece
Maple Cap on Mahogany Body with Flamed Top and Cherry Sunburst Finish
Weight 8 lbs 2 oz
Original Hard Shell Case
Serial Number I12006