NGD Danocaster Robben Ford Tribute

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by arnie65, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. FlyingVBlues

    FlyingVBlues Gold Supporting Member

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    Not all of Bill Nash's guitars look like they were done by two-year olds. This is a Nash T-63 that I used to own. It was a very nice guitar. However, if I ever get another Tele it will be a Danocaster.

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  2. FlyingVBlues

    FlyingVBlues Gold Supporting Member

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    Congrats....beautiful guitar!
     
  3. moidan

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    a wonderful guitar! really great:aok
     
  4. JedimasterPaul

    JedimasterPaul Supporting Member

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    I just got on the list for a Danocaster RF-inspired T-style, lightest relic he does.

    Six months will go by fast, I just have to decide on the chunky C or the Medium C profile
     
  5. arnie65

    arnie65 Supporting Member

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    You won't be sorry, I have a Sadowsky Tele, a Suhr Strat, and 335, but find myself always playing the Dano Tele.


    Cheers,
    Arnie...
     
  6. King Loudness

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    Wow. If I could get another Dano in a Tele style, it would be that. Congratulations!

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