Nash Tele Love?

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  1. bluesjuke

    bluesjuke Disrespected Elder

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    Want to hear from Nash Tele owner's on their degree of contentment with them.
    I'm looking at one and was wondering if you're all happy.
    I'm looking at a 50's style.
     
  2. mainsale

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    I'm absolutely delighted with my Nash TK-54 "Keef" Tele. I got my "custom" order in just under the wire. It has an asymetrical neck carve, Lollar pickups, and a relieved ash tray. It is very well crafted, stays in tune exceedingly well and sounds great. I'd recommend one to anyone.

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  3. clmazza

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    I love my Nash! It has a totally killer V neck and an awesome set of Lollars....
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  4. Veritas

    Veritas Silver Supporting Member

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    I love mine. It's an older one and it looks, plays, and sounds amazing.
     
  5. bluesjuke

    bluesjuke Disrespected Elder

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    I've been looking at them all over the country today.
    I've seen quite a few that I liked on the forums but have never heavily researched them.

    I've seen some nice looking examples today!
     
  6. jhfire

    jhfire Supporting Member

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    I played one yesterday....holy cow!, Forget what it looks like, it played and sounded incredible! The relic stuff is cool but the sound WOW!
     
  7. Csapo

    Csapo Gold Supporting Member

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    This one got away from me!!!!

    I GAS'd over it for a month and finally called the retailer. It had just been sold earlier that day!!!! :bkw

    Something about that color with the pearl binding and maple neck...:drool

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  8. Jim S

    Jim S Silver Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    I'm quite content with mine: very satisfied and no complaints or regrets.

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  9. Sean French

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    Just wondering why some Nash builds I've seen have Fender logo's?
    Are the logo's applied by the buyer or at the buyer's request?
    The ones I've looked at on dealer sites don't have logo's.
     
  10. gkoelling

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    Sean, the consumers are puttin the logo on. If Nash did that Fender would shut him down immediately.
     
  11. bluesjuke

    bluesjuke Disrespected Elder

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    Csapo,I remember that one.
    Not a color I would seek but once you see it, it works well!
     
  12. Dumo

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    Great guitars. Definitely want one some day. A local dealer by my house carries them, so I 've played a bunch. All of them are real lively. From what I understand about the logos is, Bill used to apply them on the older ones until he got a cease and desist letter and now consumers have to apply them.
     

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