Nash Guitars - Lefties? Anything Close?

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  1. benjammin

    benjammin Member

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    Hey folks, I am cursed with ******* lefty syndrome and had a simple question. Do any Nash guitars make it off the assembly lines for us lefties? I really, really like the timewarp look of them (and the price), but my damned fingers can't fit in. I tried contacting Nash Guitars (it's Bill, right?) but never got a reply.

    If not--do I have any options for finding a timewarp-esque beat up strat lefty? I know G&L makes lefties, but not in the style I'm going for. I really want a grungy, mangled thing. Do I have any options?

    Thanks! (No thanks to you, biology.)

    :JAM
     
  2. ford

    ford Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Check out K-Line Guitars.


    His guitars look great... I think he's made lefthanders before...

    rock

    bford
     
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    Yes, I've seen them. If you have the time, check out all the dealers on Nash's site, because one (or more) of them had a southpaw Nash.

    If I see one I'll send you a link...
     
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    I have a K-Line and I am very happy with it. If you know what you are looking for, Chris can do it exactly the way you want it. 2 piece non centerseam Alder body, huge neck, brazilian board, clay dots, Lollar pickups. Yummy.
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  7. John Ziegler

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    i'm sure these folks down in texas will do ya a lefty S....
    http://www.bigtexguitars.com/

    and they're definitely good enough for BFG....

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    grungy and mangled indeed! :drink
     
  8. scriptphase

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    Here you go. I fixed it for you:

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    Good luck on your search! I love my Nash.
     
  9. benjammin

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    Thanks for the links guys! Seems like only Nash is really doing the Nash thing, I'll just have to get a somewhat beat up lefty and play the hell out of it! Gosh, what a terrible chore... :)
     
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    I would choose K-Line over Nash & i own both.
     

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