Nash Guitars 72TL Telecaster
Nash Guitars are pretty rare on the second-hand market. Primarily due to their impeccable quality and vintage vibe, there aren't many owners willing to sell those gems. There are one of the best, vintage vibe guitars you can find aside from horribly expensive originals. With high-quality wood, stunning relic work, and Lollar pickups this guitar will cover different grounds from mellow jazzy tones to rock riffs.
Holding it, you will feel like it's been played for years. It's extremely easy to play, even gentle strokes produce intense, defined sounds with roundness and pleasant attack.
From the build quality perspective, it is flawlessly done and feels like an aged, well-played-in guitar. It's featherlight and has a relatively thick neck with a sanded back, strat-style bridge, and thick, dark rosewood fretboard. The pickups are Lollar wide-range humbuckers, similar to Fender's CuNiFe ones. These pickups offer more energy, a bigger sound, and reduced hum.
- Body: Ash
- Neck: one-piece maple
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Fretboard radius: 10"
- Neck profile: Medium C (0.83" at 1st fret, 0.95" at 12th fret)
- 3-ply pickguard (mint)
- Gotoh Vintage Style Hardware
- Compensated Bridge Saddles for Better Intonation
- Lacquer: Olympic white, nitrocellulose
- Frets: Dunlop 6105
- Nut width: 1 5/8"
- Rolled Fret Edges, Vintage Correct Headstock Style
- Hang tag