Premier Guitar magazine has profiled Heritage Guitar for their June 2012 issue. I didn’t know much about Heritage Guitar until a few years ago, and I find their story to be quite interesting. If you’re not familiar with the Heritage Guitar story, they were founded by former employees of Gibson when Gibson moved their headquarters to Nashville. A group of employees did not want to move, and Heritage Guitar was born. In fact, they use the same building and some of the same equipment that Gibson used before they moved. Heritage makes a limited number of hand-made, mostly semi-hollow instruments each year. I happen to own a Millennium model that I really like, so I can attest to the quality of Heritage guitars. Check out the Premier Guitar feature to read more about Heritage’s history and philosophy.
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