After waiting several months for this guitar, it finally arrived on Friday. Its supposed to a replica of a 1967 Custom Telecaster in the rare white finish with black binding. Sorry for the lousy pic. Specs- Swamp ash (rather than alder), fat 1" neck, compound 7.25"-9.5" radius neck, Duncan vintage tele pickups (which in my opinion are better than Lollars and Fralins), comp. brass saddles, 3 way switch, medium frets.. The finish is a nice warm white color with light relicing and great looking laquer checking. The neck is yellowed and broken in, without having the sanded look. The guitar is light weight and extremely resonant. Overall, this guitar is absolutely incredible and better than any Tele I've ever played or seen (52 RIs, Nocasters, etc.). The guitar absolutely smokes! Unfortunately it seems that Nash no longer does custom stuff. A couple observations from this whole experience- 1.) This is the first custom guitar I've ordered from a small builder. I can't see myself buying another Fender or Gibson anytime soon. 2.) I'll think long and hard about the next vintage guitar I buy because this just has the feel (and I can see how these vintage replicas might fool someone) Back to playing!