After selling Heritage Guitar in April 2016 to a partnership that includes Archie Leach and Jeff Nicholson, co-owners of PlazaCorp Realty Advisors Inc., Lamb and his group of guitar-builders are no longer involved in day-to-day guitar-building.
Do Heritage Guitars hold value?
They probably dont hold there value as much on the used market as a Gibson but if your a buyer thats a good thing. Right now there are some great deals on used Heritages.
Does Heritage still make guitars?
Since 1985, Heritage Guitar Inc. has been handcrafting some of the finest musical instruments in the world. Housed at the iconic 225 Parsons Street location in Kalamazoo, the company continues to build guitars of uncompromising quality as they have been for a century in that location.
Who makes Kalamazoo guitar?
Gibson Kalamazoo is the name for two different lines of instruments produced by Gibson.
What guitars are made in Kalamazoo?
The Kalamazoo factory has 100 years of instrument-making, and one big wartime secret. Although the classic Gibson guitar, used by such greats as Prince, Keith Richards, Johnny Cash, and B.B. King, might bring to mind its current Nashville home, the guitars roots are actually in the Michigan city of Kalamazoo.
Are PRS guitars overpriced?
American-made PRS guitars are more expensive than many other brands because of several factors, including labor and materials cost, manufacturing method, and build quality. PRS also manufactures overseas-made models at lower price points to appeal to less-experienced or more cost-conscious players.