Show me your Nash from Bill Nash!

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  1. guitarjunky

    guitarjunky Member

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    I need inspiration to order from Bill. Would love to see yours. Light, medium or heavy aging? Tell me what you think too.

    Thanks!
     
  2. yakyak

    yakyak Supporting Member

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    Here is my fiesta red. I agree with a lot of folks about the relic job not being the best. Mine is a medium relic. You will not find a better playing or sounding guitar though. I love mine!

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  3. bluesjuke

    bluesjuke Disrespected Elder

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    I say stick to light and medium relicing.
    While a fan of a lot of heavy relics the Roadhouse versions I have seen researching Nash's all last month went too far for most customers taste.

    By that let me clarify by the excessive amounts of large areas of finished removed front and back.
    Other than those I like even his heavier work.
     
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    Nice Mr. Graphic.!
     
  5. Jim S

    Jim S Silver Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    SEARCH ...lots of threads with Nash pics

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    My TK54.... Roadhouse

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    ha, oops never saw that thread. I haven't been on here much lately. Yup it's a Nash T-54 made in May 07. It has an Ash body & lollar p-ups. I picked it up from Rumbleseat last year. It's quite light, has a killer neck & sounds awesome. Here's some more pix of her:

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  11. bluesjuke

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    That's funny, I also have the Rumbleseat pic saved but never connected the two pics!
    Is it a Fat neck?

    The first time I saw the Rumbleseat pic I went right to their site to see if it was current stock so I could buy it.
     
  12. mainsale

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    Here's a TK-54 in the Church Gig Relic....

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    I wish the relic'ing was not so overdone and it's not even one of my top 10 favorite Strat colors, but that's not what made me fall for this guitar. I've never played a "S" this nice. It feels and sounds perfect.

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  14. buddastrat

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    Nice lookin' guitars here folks.
     
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  16. guitarjunky

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    Very nice! What is this color?
     
  17. guitarjunky

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    Thanks all! Keep them coming. And let me know what you think and the aging level you prefer

    cheers
     
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    jetydosa Silver Supporting Member

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    Desert Sand. Not real popular in Strats (I think it was mainly a Mustang color?) but looks cool nonetheless. I have never seen another Nash this color.
     
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    I saw a nash jag a few months back that was BAD-ASS, wish i could order one.
     
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    It's got a medium C shaped neck. I find it to be a pretty comfortable profile.
    Yeah, I snagged it fairly quickly when it was at Rumble.
     

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