This model is made with a mahogany body and neck but is also available as a light-weight model at no additional charge.

Kalamazoo, MI (June 21, 2010) -- Heritage has announced their anticipated Alex Skolnick Signature model, which comes with Seymour Duncan '59 neck and JB Jazz bridge pickups.



Specs:
  • Fingerboard: 24 3/4" scale, 22 fret bound trapezoid inlaid rosewood board with "S" inlay in the 12th fret
  • One piece mahogany neck
  • Body: solid mahogany body, cream bound carved ultra-curly maple top
  • Body size: 2" rim, 13" width, 17 1/4" length
  • Headstock: bound and inlaid "The Heritage" with Alex Skolnick signature
  • Seymour Duncan '59 neck pickup
  • Seymour Duncan JB Jazz bridge pickup
  • MSRP: $3970
For more information:
Heritage Guitar

Source: Press Release

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