Museum: Electric Guitars

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2008 Heritage Eagle

The Heritage Eagle is a single-cutaway 17” carved archtop with 3” depth, X-braced top, and mahogany top and back. Imagine an all-mahogany Gibson L-5 and you’re on the same page as the Heritage Eagle. Built in the old Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, there’s a lot of reason why this guitar is a lot like an L-5...

25.5” scale neck with full-feeling round carve, 1-11/16” nut width. Ebony fingerboard with pearl dot markers, nickel Grover tuners and bone nut. Floating humbucker pickup with pickguard-mounted volume and tone controls and end-pin mounted jack. Nickel Heritage tailpiece, sunburst mahogany pickguard.

The guitar is in excellent condition and is beautifully set up with round-wound 12-52 gauge strings. Frets show no wear, and the finish is largely unblemished.

With original hardshell case.

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