Can I assume these Lollars were made for a Nash Strat??

George H

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These are supposed to be Dirty Blondes. Any way to verify? Are Lollars
that are made for Nash any different than Lollars you & I can buy?

George:)
 

Trebor Renkluaf

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My understanding is Nash used to use blonde neck and middle and a special for the bridge. Maybe Lollar just winds the sets that way for Nash and calls them a Nash set.
 

K-Line

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They are a Dirty Blonde set labeled Nash. Check the outputs and you will see. They are a great set!
 

JZG

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My understanding is Nash used to use blonde neck and middle and a special for the bridge. Maybe Lollar just winds the sets that way for Nash and calls them a Nash set.

This was my understanding too. I had a set in a parts Strat awhile back and thought they sounded killer.
 

George H

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They are a Dirty Blonde set labeled Nash. Check the outputs and you will see. They are a great set!


I don't doubt that & they do sound great. I haven't checked the output yet. What range should I be seeing?

George:)
 

Nacho Strato

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There is no "Dirty Blonde" set, officially.

"Dirty Blonde" refers to a Blonde neck and middle with a Special in the bridge. A blonde set that has a bridge pickup suited more towards dirt.
 

K-Line

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There is no "Dirty Blonde" set, officially.

"Dirty Blonde" refers to a Blonde neck and middle with a Special in the bridge. A blonde set that has a bridge pickup suited more towards dirt.
Yeah what he said. Check the website for outputs. Again, my favorite combo!
 

George H

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Just checked the output on mine & the link provided. (Thanks John B.)
These are indeed Dirty Blondes w/ a special in the neck. The outputs
match up almost perfectly.

Great sounding pickups btw.

G:)
 

Nacho Strato

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Anyone know for sure if all the "Nash Lollars" are Dirty Blondes? Or if he uses Dirty Blondes for the 50's-style and Dirty Blackfaces for the 60's-style or what?

Just wondering 'cause I got a Nash S-63 with his Lollars and I absolutely love 'em but have never taken it apart to really check the specs.
 




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