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Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by clmazza, Jul 21, 2006.

  1. clmazza

    clmazza Supporting Member

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    Let's see your Nash guitars.... what are your likes and dislikes.

    Here's a couple of pics of my TK54 with my Custom Shop Nocaster.

    It's heavily reliced and just a pleasure to play! Lollar pups, V neck and SWEET Tone!

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    clmazza Supporting Member

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    Two more? Here you go:
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    2005 S in Daphne blue

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  6. clmazza

    clmazza Supporting Member

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    Daphne blue looks killer on a strat!
     
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    Here's my TK-54 in the Church Gig Relic and loaded with Lollar pickups. It also has a tummy cut which I really like and a relief in the ashtray so my pinkie finger doesn't hit it. Me likey! Me likey, a lot!
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    I love those funky stickers he puts on the back of some of his. They are a nice touch. It isn't like he invented putting a sticker on a guitar, but we're going to start seeing people copy that, mark my words.
     
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    Love the tummy cut! Was that a special order? I really like the tray relief .... gives me a great idea ;)
     
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    Yeah, this guitar was a special order. I got it in, just under the wire. It really is a fine Tele!
     
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    I don't want to sound like I'm dissing everyone's guitars, but Nashes really do seem like they've got the worst neck relicing I've ever seen.
     
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    Kyle vs. Nash
     
  15. JMintzer

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    +1

    It's what's kept me from getting one to try...


    Jamie
     
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    Seems a tad ironic we're dissing a guy making a guitar look beaten-up and old. They look like good relic jobs to me: What am I missing.....?
     
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    JMintzer Burned Out Mod

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    The necks don't look too realistic at all (to me...). It looks as if he's drawn a line at each end of the back of the neck and sanded everything in between.

    I've heard he does a lighter relic on the neck, but I've never seen one.

    Now, the rest of the guitar... Yummy!


    Jamie
     
  18. seafoamer

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    non-realistic neck relicing is the new black.
     
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    gracias!
     
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    Here's a 'light relic job' on a Nash '63 T-Style:

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