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Guitars bearing the name "The Heritage" are made in Kalamazoo Michigan, in the original Gibson factory. Heritage guitars was founded by a small group of guitar makers who worked for Gibson for a VERY long time, but decided to remain in Kalamazoo in 1985 when Gibson moved the guitar manufacturing operation to Tennessee.

The Heritage guitar company continues to utilize superior materials and workmanship in the making of their instruments, mostly hollow, semi-hollow and solid body electric guitars. Fanatical Heritage guitar enthusiasts don't consider Heritage guitars to be copies or reproductions of Gibson guitars, but rather, the continuation of the making of these guitars "the old way" while their predecessor (Gibson) has since drastically altered the way guitars like these are made.

If you want to learn more about Heritage Guitars, you should not only visit the official Heritage guitar web site but you should also join the Heritage Owner's Club (see links below) and learn from enthusiastic Heritage guitar owners. You owe it to yourself to try a Heritage guitar and experience craftsmanship and rich tone for yourself.

I built this web site, but I don't know how to build guitars and I am not an official representative of Heritage Guitars Inc. My goal here is to publish completely original content which has something to do with Heritage guitars. Knowing how much content about Heritage guitars already exists on the official Heritage guitar web site and the Heritage Owner's Club, that's doesn't leave me too many options for content but I'll see what I can come up with.

 

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Additional information about Heritage guitars can be found at the following web sites:

Heritage Guitar Inc.
http://www.heritageguitar.com/

Heritage Owners Club
http://www.heritageownersclub.com/

Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heritage_Guitars

 

 

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