No. 0407, weight = 9 pounds 4 ounces, includes Heritage's black Tolex hardshell case. Factory Plek'd, and beautifully crafted in the historic Parsons Street shop in old Kalamazoo.
From the Heritage web site:
Our iconic H-150 features a solid carved figured Maple top and Mahogany back, with mother of pearl trapezoid inlays adorning the mahogany neck. Seymour Duncan '59s provide the rich, warm tone that today's guitarists are familiar with.
Our luthiers’ careful selection of wood types gives the H-150 maximum sustain and excellent sonic qualities from the get-go. The Heritage Standard Collection H-150 is the quintessential solid body electric guitar for musicians who desire modern tone and precise build quality in an American-made instrument.
Crafted in our factory at 225 Parsons Street, Kalamazoo, this guitar features a curly maple top and genuine mahogany back and neck, with a nitrocellulose gloss finish that allows this guitar to age beautifully. A rosewood fretboard and beautiful acrylic trapezoid inlays add visual appeal to an all-time classic.
The H-150 is fitted with a pair of Seymour Duncan '59 humbuckers that are wax potted for minimal microphonic feedback. It produces a warm, thick tone with loads of sustain, making it a versatile and capable instrument for just about any music genre.
Finer touches to this guitar include a Tune-o-matic bridge, custom CTS potentiometers, and a premium hardshell case.
Body Material: Curly Maple (Top) / 1-piece Genuine Honduran Mahogany (Back) Body Finish: Nitrocellulose, Gloss Fretboard Material: Indian Rosewood Fretboard Radius: 12" Fret Size: 22- Jescar Medium/Jumbo Nut Material: Bone Neck Profile: Standard C (.8870" – 1.00") Neck Material: Genuine Mahogany Scale Length: 24-3/4" Fretboard Inlays: Vintage correct Trapezoid Headplate: 'The Heritage' Logo Pickups: Seymour Duncan '59 (Neck & Bridge) (see description below) Controls: 2 x Volume, 2 x Tone, 3-Way Toggle Electronics: Custom CTS Potentiometers, Vishay .022uF Capacitors, Switchcraft Toggle Switch and Switchcraft Input Jack Bridge: Non-Locking Tune-O-Matic Tailpiece: Stopbar Pickguard: Plastic Tuning Machines: Grover Rotomatic Hardware Finish: Nickel Control Knobs: Gold Top
From the Duncan site: The ’59 bridge model (SH-1b) is a vintage output humbucker that’s great for rock, blues, and more. Its vintage-inspired coils give it an airy quality that is firmly in the P.A.F. family, and the alnico 5 bar magnet and vacuum wax potting make it compatible with lighter guitar strings and louder amplifiers than were ever used in the 1950s. The result is a pickup with tons of old-school tonal character, but with a brighter top end, and a slightly more compressed sound.
The ’59 neck model (SH-1n) is one of our most popular pickups because it’s so versatile. Like its bridge-position sibling, the ’59 neck is designed in the spirit of the original P.A.F. humbuckers of the 1950s, with sweet sustain, and a warm, full sound that still possesses a clear attack. We’ve made a few refinements to slightly modernize the design and make it more adaptable to different styles. The high end is slightly boosted for improved pick-attack clarity and the mids are a little scooped for an open, smooth sound that’s great for preserving the clarity of the individual notes in a chord. The ’59 neck was born to accompany the ’59 bridge.
The ’59 model features a variety of traditional vintage treatments, such as 42AWG plain enamel mag wire, long-legged nickel-silver bottom plate, vintage single-conductor braided push back lead wire, and no logo. As with all of our P.A.F.-style pickups, the ’59 vintage output humbucker is wound on Seymour’s classic Leesona 102 pickup winding machine from the old Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, MI. where this "killer" Heritage Guitar was made.