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For your consideration...


A 1989 Heritage H147 Black Beauty. The 147 Custom was the thinner version of the H157, and the 147 has the Florentine cutaway, instead of the standard rounded horn. This H147 sports a ton of juicy features....


* Mahogany body with a carved maple top

* Mahogany neck

* Ebony fretboard with Mother of Pearl blocks

* Multi-ply bound body, front and back

* Bound and inlayed headstock

* Gotoh lightweight bridge and tailpiece (original hardware in case)

* Gold hardware

* Grover tuners

* 8.5 lbs

* Original Heritage case


Heritage produced these H147 Customs for a very limited time....you don't see them come up for sale often.


This one is not a case queen. It has a few dings and scratches (see pics)...but still maintains a beautiful glossy shine. It does have some mild buckle rash. NO BREAKS OR REPAIRS!!! The frets show average wear for a 27 year old guitar. The gold on the tuners and the pickups have some wear.


The stock Schaller humbuckers provide a monster tone! Combine that with a medium C neck carve and a nice, low action and you have a guitar that puts a smile on your face every time you plug it in!!!!


$1275 plus shipping


Thanks for looking!!!