| Brand: || Heritage || String Configuration: || 6 String |
| Body Type: || Solid || Dexterity: || Right-Handed |
| MPN: || Does Not Apply || Body Color: || Cherry |
| Model: || Prospect Standard || Model Year: || 1999 |
| UPC: || Does not apply |
What makes this guitar special: A late-90s beauty in pristine condition – nicely upgraded with a set of Seth Lover humbuckers. This one comes from the golden era of Heritage guitars, built by former Gibson luthiers with all the fit and finish of a Gibson of the same period. Professionally setup by the experts at Cream City Music-this one will arrive ready to play as soon as it hits your doorstep.Cosmetic condition: Super clean! Some light surface and playwear scratches are present throughout, along with some nominal dents and dings, most of which are only visible under particular lighting. For its age, this one is an 8.5/10.Body: Double bound semi-hollow maple body in cherry red finish with dual f-holes. Cream colored pickguard and pickup bezels. Tune-O-Matic bridge and chrome stopbar tailpiece.Weight: 7 lb, 3 ozNeck: Slim tapered mahogany neck with black side dots and pearl dot inlays. 1 11/16” nut width, 24 3/4" scale length. Black headstock overlay with white cursive Heritage logo. Grover tuners function perfectly. Bound rosewood fingerboard with 12” radius. Frets are in great shape with no wear. Neck is straight and truss rod functions perfectly.Electronics: Replacement Seymour Duncan Seth Lover humbuckers (Neck-7.21k ohms, Bridge-8.21k ohms) with 3-way pickup selector switch and black speed knobs, 2x tone, 2x volume.Case: Original hard shell case included.