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Gorgeous Almond Sunburst finish. Heritage Guitars began in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1984 in the original Gibson facilities, & is owned and/or operated by some of the Heritage craftsmen that began building guitars for Gibson in Kalamazoo in the 1950's. Heritage Guitars are built the same way as Gibsons from decades past with over 90% of each instrument hand built in the same building used by Gibson during their "golden age", without the assembly line "hurry up" . The H-535 features a semi-hollow thinline bound body with solid center block, classic neck profile, 24 3/4" scale, flame Maple top, back, & sides, & a bound flamed Maple pickguard. Other specs:
17 degree headstock pitch
Holly headstock veneer
24.75" scale Mahogany set neck
Bound Rosewood fretboard
High gloss nitro cellulose laquer finish
Mother of pearl "dot" inlays
Nickle Grover Rotomatic tuners
Chrome covered PAF style humbuckers
Chrome Schaller "roller-bridge" and tailpiece (stop bar)
Amber "bell" knobs
3-way pickup selector
Carved maple top and unbound mahogany body, thick, hand-oiled fingerboard with dot inlays on a one-piece maple neck. A single Classic ™61 humbucker in the bridge position for Patent-Applied-For tone with a single volume and tone control. Traditional "Green" keystone tuners, compensated, wraparound "lightning bar" stopbar bridge, transparent Satin Ebony finish, Original gig bag. Stock photo - Actual phot on arrival.
No longer available model -recreation of the guitar that Hendrix played at the now legendary Monterey Pop Festival over fifty years ago. Features a contoured alder Strat profile with a limited-edition finish modeled after Jimi's Monterey Pop guitar, Maple neck with '60s "C" profile, 7.25" radius Pau Ferro fretboard, single-coil Stratocaster pickups that evoke Fender’s classic ‘60s tones, Hendrix's signature on the rear of the headstock, custom neck plate featuring an engraved image of Hendrix, new after market gig bag.
According to Rickenbacker, "The Model 325C64 duplicates the Model 325 as produced in 1964—complete with semi-hollow Maple body, re-shaped body and headstock, three vintage-style pickups, and Accent Vibrato." Jet-Glo(Black) gloss finish - Other Specs: Maple set neck, bound rosewood fingerboard with Dot markers, 3-way selector with dual volume/tone controls & 5th blend knob, Deluxe Vintage tuners, 21 frets, 1-5/8" nut width, Excellent condition w/ original silver tolex case & case candy.
Limited run - no longer available from Fender. Features an Ash top and back over a semi-hollow Alder body with binding, and F-hole - maybe the coolest Jag ever. Other features include a bound modern “C” shaped Maple neck with bone nut, classic Jaguar scale length (24"), 7.25" radius Rosewood fretboard with 22 vintage-style frets, vintage-style single-coil Jaguar pickups with individual on/off slide switches, two-position tone switch, separate volume and tone controls for both circuits (rhythm and lead), vintage style tuners and vintage-style floating tremolo with lock button. Excellent condition with new aftermarket gig bag.