As I get more and more attached to my ATs I have been led to think that I would also love to try something like this in the future.
Most say they are better than gibsons and they go for 1-1.3k used it seems like. Any experiences?
I sold the H150 on the left, but I still have the two on the right.
I don't understand why anyone would pay $4k+ for a Custom Shop Gibson, other than wanting something that looks like a classic Gibson. Heritages are at that same quality level for half the price. Used ones are undervalued and are a ridiculously good deal. You can get an H150 in good shape for no more than $1,200 or so, and possibly for around $1k.
They are handmade in the former Gibson plant by former Gibson workers and newer folks who trained under them. They are not weight-relieved and have that crushing sound a Les Paul is supposed to. What more do you need to know?