About the Maker:
Heritage Guitars was founded in 1985 by some ex-employees from the Gibson Guitar factory. Orville Gibson, the father of the Gibson guitar, began making mandolins and guitars in Kalamazoo in the 1880s. Gibson Guitars were made in Kalamazoo at the very same site until the company moved to Nashville, Tenn., in the early 1980s. The Heritage Guitar continues the fine tradition of guitar making in part of the old Gibson manufacturing plant.
Heritage electric guitars, largely hand-made, evoke a great deal of enthusiasm in the music industry.
About the Guitar:
It's very rare that a singer gets a signature guitar model. This is to forget that Mark is an excellent guitar player. At the peak of the career of Slaughter Heritage offered in 1992 a signature model to Mark Slaughter. This guitar line was build in very small quantity between 1992 and 1995.
This is his personal guitar of his guitar model with a special paint job. At the neck you have a photograph of his two kids. A very personalized guitar with an incredible sound.
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