This is the guitar, folks. This is the one that made us pick up the phone and call Scott Heatley. We're thrilled to have this guitar on offer - the gorgeous "Hanna" from Scott Heatley.
We first saw this guitar on Scott's Instagram page and were blown away by how cool it looked. Study the pics if you haven't already - block inlays, Scott's own wrap bridge, daka wear knobs, the oldschool Kay-style headstock, the switch tip...it embodies the 50s in such a cool way.
Pics aside, you obviously can't tell how this guitar feels in hand from pics - what is it like to play? How does it resonate? What's the neck carve like? Etc...
For us? Hanna is incredible in every regard. It's incredibly lightweight - 6lbs 2oz - and has elements of, say, a Les Paul Special, though it is more refined and elegant. Gibson references aside, the neck carve is more in the Grestch world - think oval C. Combined with the stainless steel frets, Hanna is incredibly easy, and really fun, to play.
Plugged in? Exactly what you'd expect, and want, from a Wolfetone P90 loaded, solid korina body, mahogany neck, short-scale guitar - killer midrange chime and muscle coupled with a sweet and articulate top-end. This guitar can cover quite a bit of ground and will have you looking damned good in the process.
Condition: Near mint. Only light signs of prior wear are present - one very small indentation on the body and that's about it. No fret wear (stainless).
Scott's guitars embody world-class craftsmanship, gorgeous design work, flawless execution, and vibe. These guitars are at once beautiful, and most importantly, have a ton of soul and character. Priced with hardshell case.
- Korina body
- Mahogany neck
- Ebony fretboard and headstock veneer
- Wolfetone P90s
- Daka wear knobs
- Stainless steel frets, medium jumbo
- .90” depth neck at the first fret
- 1 11/16” nut width
- Gator case
- 6lbs 2oz