For your consideration a New Nash Guitars T-52/HN in their Xtra Heavy Aged Blonde! Bill Nash started Nash Guitars in 2003 in Olympia, Washington. He grew up in California where his passion for vintage guitars and tinkering would eventually lead him to build his own “Partscaster”. When he started Nash Guitars they initially only built custom ordered guitars, he has since then built his family business into the largest independent builder of aged guitars in the world! “We want to make guitars that people feel an instant connection with.” – Bill Nash
Specs! This is a brand new guitar with its original hard shell case and Nash Warranty. Nickel Vintage style tuners. It has a 1-5/8″ nut width. One piece maple neck with a depth of .85″ at the first fret and .95″ at the twelfth fret. It has a 25.5″ scale length. Maple fingerboard with a 10″ radius. 21 medium jumbo frets in new condition. Ash body finished in their Xtra Heavy Aged Blonde. Lollar imperial humbucker in the neck and a Nash Special T in the bridge. Original wiring, CTS pots and an Orange drop cap. Aged steel bridge with compensated brass saddles. Age nickel control cover. Weighs 7 pounds and 11 ounces.
If its good enough for Keith Richards, its good enough for me! A telecaster with a Humbucker in the neck is such a versatile instrument! The Lollar Imperial has a wonderful tight low end response with well balanced mids and crisp top end, perfect for rhythm playing. When its time to take a lead or just cut through the mix more, through it into the bridge position for classic tele spank and twang! The relic job was down tastefully and most importantly feels comfortable like a well loved guitar! Fantastic build from an amazing family own PNW business!
Finish: Xtra heavy Aged Blonde
Case: Comes with its new hard shell case.
Weight: 7 pounds and 11 ounces.
Condition: This is a brand new guitar. Factory relic.
Comments: Awesome Tele with a humbucker in the neck!