Description

20012Heritage Blonde Golden Eagle Specifications Sn S123201 equipped with an original hand wound Frailin floating humbucker. In excellent shape structurally and cosmetically with the exception of a ding and small mar on the top, with very little playing wear only detectable by the frets, which are also in great condition and an amazing tone that fills up a room.Thia may be the loudest of all. Highly flamed back sides and neck. Comes with original Heritage case. amed maple back and sides and especially the neck.

Neck : 17 degree peg head pitch; five-piece curly maple neck; multiple white bound head veneer inlaid with mother of pearl eagle and branch; back veneer inlaid with mother of pearl eagle and registration number. MOP truss rod cover, optionally engraved with customer's name.

Fingerboard : 25 1/2" scale ebony finger board multiple white bound with mother of pearl cloud inlays; with 20 frets. Radius is 12". Nut width is 1-67", 12th fret 2.03" Neck depth at 3rd fret 0.864" 9th fret 0.93

Body : Single cutaway solid carved spruce top, solid carved curly maple back and solid curly maple rim; multiple white bound top and back; multiple white bound curly maple pickguard; with bound f-holes.

Rim Thickness - 3"
Body Width - 17"
Body Length - 20 1/4"

Electronics : One Heritage jazz floating pickup mounted on pickguard with one volume pot on the pickguard.

Hardware : Individual gold plated Imperial machine heads; gold plated Heritage bail tailpiece; adjustable ebony bridge with mother of pearl inlays; mother of pearl truss rod cover optionally engraved with owners name.

Heritage Guitar Inc. of 225 Parsons Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan was incorporated on April 1, 1985. During the next 25 years the most amazing archtops were produced by the Gibson builders that started the Heritage company. There wonderful Heritages from this era to be found in vintage shops throughout the world that rival their Gibson counterparts in all aspects. if you are lucky enough to find one of these treasures, you will know immediately when you pick one up and play your first few notes. The five that we just listed have come from a private collection and all are exceptional Archtops.

Guitars n Jazz

Guitars n Jazz

2002
Heritage
Very Good
Almond burst
Hard
24 Years
Call
Guitars n Jazz
Lou Delrosso
908-403-3426
Summit, NJ
11:58 PM
Showroom hours always available by Appointment. Phone hours 830am to 8pm Monday - Saturday- Please call 908-403-3426 to reserve an individual appointment which enables you to compare all the major brand archtops in a quiet setting. We are very flexible and generally able to accomodate most requests. Always 500 carved jazz archtops on display for your private inspection! We are located in downtown Summit,NJ. Only 1 block from the Summit NJ transit train station, and only 35 minutes from Manhattan via NJ Transit Midtown Direct.

To order an instrument, first CALL or FAX to confirm that the instrument is still available. Within the US we accept money orders, cashier's checks, certified checks, Mastercard, or Visa Amex, and Discover. Outside the US, please send US dollars on a US bank or bank transfer. Payment must include the purchase price plus shipping and insurance charges. Layaway plan voids approval period. A 25% non-refundable deposit will hold any instrument for 30 days. No COD's are accepted.

The customer pays all shipping, insurance, and bank charges including all charges for returned merchandise. All insurance claims are the responsibility of the customer. The original packaging and box must be saved. Shipping will be via UPS or Federal Express unless other arrangements are made.

If you are not satisfied, for any reason, you will be issued a full refund less actual shipping and insurance charges and a $75 restocking fee- provided that we are notified within 72 hours of delivery and the guitar is in the EXACT same condition as you received it. It must be packed carefully in the original box in the same way it was packed when we shipped it to you. NO full or partial refunds will be given any items damaged, marked, or modified. The Customer will be responsible for all shipping, insurance, and handling charges. If there is damage when I ship the instrument to you please call me immediately. The original box and all the packaging must be saved! I will deal with my insurance company. If the instrument is damaged in transit from you to me, you are responsible for dealing with the damage and insurance claim.