Did you change the pups in your Nash?

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  1. direwolf

    direwolf Supporting Member

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    teles and strats.

    I can't imagine anything sounding better than these Lollars in my TK 54.
     
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    aaronblues Supporting Member

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    I've played Nash's without Lollars. I own Nash's with Lollars.

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  3. direwolf

    direwolf Supporting Member

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    I have a older Nash Tele that came with Seymor Duncan 40th Anniversary Pup's. They sound Great, so I just play it as is. I did swap out the Ceramic Disc .047 for an old Aerovox Paper/Oil. I also switched out the scratchy CTS vol pot with a R&S 270 Super Pot.
     
  5. BluesForDan

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    I liked my nash the way it was, I didn't change a thing on it. Damn, I miss that guitar and I want another one. Bad.
     
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    No! Not the ones i have owned.
     
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    I swapped out the bridge pickup for a Van Zandt and then a Mare Black Krow.......in the end I went back with the stock bridge.

    The in-between just sounded better, imo.

    BTW, those neck pickups Nash uses, are where it's at for me.
     
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