Our luthiers’ careful selection of wood types gives the H-150 maximum sustain and excellent sonic qualities from the get-go.
Seymour Duncan ‘59 Humbuckers
These vintage-inspired pickups deliver classic tone at the bridge and a thick, buttery sound with unmatched sustain at the neck. The top choice for just about any genre.
In a Class of Its Own
The H-150’s vintage looks, excellent build quality and strong stage presence make it ideal for playing both classic and modern hits effortlessly.
Review: Heritage H-137 & H-150
The idea that Heritage has merely continued to make classic single-cut and semi models just as they were in the good old days is tinged with romance. Although many aspects can be described as ‘old school’, numerous stylistic differences and pragmatic updates ensure these guitars are no exercise in rose-tinted nostalgia. Without ticking every vintage box, Heritage gets it spectacularly right where it matters.
The Right Stuff
Like the classic build the guitar emulates, it immediately hits the spot, from the crisp ring and vibrancy unplugged, to a neck that feels like many you’ve played before and enjoyed, and a huge sense of overall familiarity.
Review: Heritage Guitars Standard H-150
In the hands it feels like an old familiar friend, albeit one that has stayed in incredibly great shape. The H-150 plays like an incredibly fine vintage Standard, but more importantly it sounds like one too, from the aggressive grind of bridge pickup to the seductive “woman tone” of the neck pickup with its tone control backed down.