No. 7104, weighs 7 pounds 14 ounces, includes Heritage black Tolex hardshell case. This instrument was PLEK'd at the Kalamazoo shop for excellent playability.
This beautiful new Heritage H535 in a lovely traditional sunburst finish is the mac daddy of semi-hollow Guitars from ...K……K.....Kalamazoo. She has the specs we all love, real Nitrocellulose lacquer finish, flamed Maple, real Honduran Mahogany neck, AAA Rosewood fingerboard, 1-11/16th nut width, 24.75" scale length, 22 Medium Jumbo PLEK’d frets, Vintage look cream color binding, Pinnacle Locking Tune-O-Matic bridge & stop bar, CTS control pots, Vintage style wiring, 17 degree peghead angle, Grover Rotomatic tuners, Seymour Duncan's most popular "59" pickups, and all the gorgeous vintage tones these Guitars are famous for. As an additional bonus, as of 2018 all Heritage Guitars are PLEK'd at the factory so this baby plays like slimey slippery buttah. So beautifully hand crafted in the historic Parsons Street shop in old Kalamazoo by the world's most experienced builders of this style Guitar.
Case is included- black Tolex hardshell w/ Heritage logo. We also include an expert setup at no additional charge for your playing pleasure.
From the Seymour Duncan web 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.
This Humbucker model 59 are wound on Seymour’s original Leesona winding machine from the early Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, MI., right where this H535 was made…. for that unmistakable vintage tone and feel