The Heritage guitar company has been crafting the finest guitars for a century. Not always as Heritage, they have a lot of history.
Kalamazoo’s history with the guitar dates back to the late 1800’s when a man by the name of Orville Gibson arrived in town and began designing his own innovative mandolins. By the early 1900’s, his company was also producing guitars and other stringed instruments and, throughout most of the next century, the Gibson Guitar Corporation grew to become the world’s premier guitar manufacturer. From 1917, that growth occurred at the historic 225 Parsons Street location, until 1984 when the company left Kalamazoo for good, closing the doors on the iconic factory. Not long after, a few former senior employees had decided they wanted to continue the tradition of handcrafting beautiful, high quality electric guitars in Kalamazoo. By the spring of 1985, those individuals had acquired space at the former factory, purchased a lot of the old guitar-making equipment, and were ready to roll. - From Heritage guitar website.
Now, this small group of craftsmen have their legend continued. Here in Hawaii, we flew to Kalamazoo and toured the factory. We are now proud to be the only Hawaiian Dealer of Heritage guitars! We only have a few though so don't miss your opportunity to try these unique guitars.
If you live on another island, Oahu, for instance. We are about to start a program to compensate your airfare (up to $125) if fly here an buy a heritage. Guitar lovers, connoisseurs, and collectors on other islands will definitely want to jump at that opportunity. Plus, who wouldn't want to take a small trip to the Garden Island. Let us know if your interested in the program.
Here is a gold top Les Paul from Heritage. It's currently available in our store.