Hmmm. I just saw this post. Here is mine, a 2017 March built - S67 ( large head stock) - Vintage white ( light relic), Lollar pickups.Only because I know it will cause some of you intestinal problems along with sleep issues! My Nash John Frusciante Extra Heavy Relic! This is my 1b (sometimes 1a) for a little over 2 years now, it's the best sounding & playing strat I've ever played or heard. I would put this guitar up against any Strat from any Year - NO chance there's another Strat that blows this one away.
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I understand a lot of people hate the relic thing but that's the same with anything which is why there are million different colors of guitars, cars & almost anything else. I would put my Nash up against any traditional Strat from any era it's as good as any Strat I've ever heard.[/GALLERY]
Hmmm. I just saw this post. Here is mine, a 2017 March built - S67 ( large head stock) - Vintage white ( light relic), Lollar pickups.
It is VERY bright compared with the other 2 S types I have. It is extremely "bell like" and scooped and has a very reduced amount of bass. I measured the Impedance,I got N 5.7 , Mid 5.7 , Bridge 7.5, They are the Lollar / Nash pups.
This geuitar would be a worthy competitor for the best sounding Strat EVER. I have 10+ Fender Custom Shop Strats , some hand wound , some signed and dated by J Campos and Josephina Ybara and this Nash just trumps all of them. All of them.
Here is a picture.
is that white strat a 24.75 inch short scale neck by any chance? i's looks like the same length as the les paul.Painting with a broad brush; off white and cream allowed in the tent. I don’t even know what this Custom Shop Tele Custom Classic is...vintage blonde?
Anyhoo, shoot your white stuff out: