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Nash Aged Gibson Les Paul LP-60 NGLP-011  From Nash

Iced Tea Burst Relic Les Paul from Bill Nash! Serial Number 011


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Our 4th LP from the new Nash LP Aging Division and we're pretty blown away. Bill Nash has taken relic-ing to a new level with these guitars. The body has a healthy amount of lacquer checking which you don't normally see on a Nash Fender style guitar. He really strips these down and makes them into an entirely different instrument. The frets get dressed and leveled. The setup is distinctly "Nash" with nice playable low action. All of the hardware is Nash aged to perfection. Electronics are gutted and replaced. The coil taps on the tone knobs are really nice. Kick the tone from 8 to 10 and you've got a whole world of open tone with added high end harmonic response without sacrificing thickness of tone. In general, the pickups exhibit a very open sound with none of the muddiness of the original stock pickups. The Bluesbucker is like a hum cancelling P-90. It's thick and creamy with zero mud. The Air Norton gives plenty of honk without being overpowering. With these new guitars Bill Nash has certainly surpassed anything we've seen from the Gibson Custom Shop. These things are ready to rock. Please call us if you have any questions whatsoever about these new Nash aged LPs.

Nash Les Paul -- Introducing THE Vintage Gibson Relic

Nash introduces the Nash Gibson Les Paul Relic. By taking brand new Gibson Les Pauls, and completely reworking these instruments, you get the finest new Custom Les Paul Electric Guitar on the market. These are authentic and original, brand-new Gibsons that are masterfully reworked by the brilliant and inventive luthiers of Nash Guitars, now famous for their relics of vintage Fender Stratocaster and Fender Telecasters. Not unlike the incredible Nash Strats and Teles, these amazing reworked Nash aged, Gibson Les Pauls are guaranteed to blow away anything you can get directly from Gibson, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us over here at Sound Pure to get one in your hands today! You can reach us toll free at 888.528.9703, anytime.

Manufacturer's Description from Nash

These are real Gibson guitars that I purchase with the intention of doing a complete make over. There are a few models that make good candidates for this, depending on the final color (plain, flame or gold top). The faded standards, the classic standards and classic plus standards are all possibilities as a staring piece as long as they are in NOS condition when they land.

First step is to completely disassemble and separate the parts that will be aged and re-used, from the parts that we reject and replace. The “keeper” parts are then aged.

The finish, which is sometimes rather thick, is stripped off down to the bare wood. At this point some get stains applied, if required to get the desired color. Then the guitar gets re-finished in 100% nitrocellulose lacquer, keeping it as thin as possible to enable superior resonance. We do a variety of takes on the lemon, cherry, faded, un-burst, plain and gold top looks.

After curing, the guitar gets the complete aging treatment and is then frets are re-worked and dressed to our specs, then we are ready for re-assembly.

The pickups are replaced with what many of you may balk at as there are so many opinions about Les Paul pickups and tone out there. As always, I simply build a guitar that I would use and leave it at that. So, in my arsenal of personal guitars, my favorite and most versatile LP setup is using a DiMarzio Bluesbucker in the Neck and a DiMarzio Air Norton in the Bridge.

We re-wire the guitar so the pickups breathe better as well as use the neck pickup’s tone control as a coil tap for the Bluesbucker, which gives you an amazing strat-like sound from that pickup. Between 1 and 8 on the tone knob it works as a regular tone control, between 9 and 10 it shuts off the second/dummy coil. This gives you a tap without adding switches of push pull pots.

The Air Norton give you bigger output and rich harmonics without going over the top into the tone spectrum of faceless, modern, high output sound that so many specialized humbuckers are susceptible to. These pickups have a lower string pull and a much higher sensitivity to your dynamics and playing style.

If you care for more info on the pickup selection, setup etc., read on……

My problem with stock Les Pauls is that the pickups never seem truly matched to each other or the position that they inhabit. The neck pickup will sound too fat and lack clarity and character. The bridge will often sound harsh or weak. The middle position (both pickups together) has an incredible potential for sparkle and quack, but no stock Les Paul, I have had, other than an actual ‘59 burst had this. I always looked for a paul that could actually use the neck pickup for rhythm, but if I set my amps for that, then the bridge pickup sounded harsh and weak. If setting the amp for a smooth, but well driven sound from the bridge, then your neck pickup is overly thick and un-clear. Does this sound familiar?

Also, as many of you may have figured out, the method Gibson uses for wiring the pots is not optimum. The tendency towards the guitar getting muddy or sounding choked when anywhere but “10“. This gets re-worked when we re-wire.

Gibson installs frets on the fretboard prior to it getting glued to the neck and body. Maybe they do it as it is easier to do it that way, but it can really lead to all sort of fret issues (buzzing, fret outs, high action, dead spots etc). What happens is the neck and body glue, moisture, and all of the underlying structure will shrink, expand and or settle. The fretboard (and frets) will now adjust itself to the changes and you and up with “lumpy gravy”. The most noticeable and common issue is the hump at about the 14th fret, right where the neck gets really thick before it hit’s the body. So what we do is now re-work the neck and frets and take care of this to give the player better action, playability, sustain, bending etc.

Nash Guitars

About Manufacturer

If you’ve ever been lucky enough to play a great vintage guitar, you know how it feels to play a Nash guitar. Bill Nash creates instruments that replicate the greatest aspects of vintage guitars in a reliable, affordable package. Taking cues from some of the best specimens of sought-after guitars from decades past, Nash goes to extreme lengths to give their brand-new axes the sound, feel, and look of something that has been played for years and withstood the test of time. Period-correct parts, finishes, sounds, and incredibly detailed aging processes create a piece that will feel comfortable and familiar right out of the box. 

Some of the most popular Fender guitar and bass models are represented in the Nash Guitar lines, as well as a few classics from Gibson. For Fender-style guitars and basses, the instruments are assembled from the ground up with hand-selected wood parts and period-correct appointments. For Gibson-style instruments, brand-new Gibson USA guitars are sent to Nash where they are stripped of everything from hardware, electronics, and finish so that they are starting almost entirely from scratch with just the bare wood. Variable levels of relicing are applied to each guitar--from light, medium, heavy, to very heavy--however each instrument that leaves the shop will have the same standard of playability and reliability regardless of the level of aging. This is to say that, while one guitar may have been heavily reliced in the Nash shop, it will not perform any better or worse than one with lighter relicing, the difference will be in the look and feel of the instrument. 

Whether you are looking for a solid workhorse guitar, a stand-in for that irreplaceable piece you would never take on the road, or just want a taste of the magic that made some of history’s most  coveted American instruments, Nash Guitars will satisfy anyone who craves that vintage guitar experience.



  • Serial #: NGLP-011 (That's right, # 11 !)
  • Color: Iced Tea Burst
  • Body Wood: Mahogany
  • Top wood: Plain maple
  • Scale Length: 24-3/4"
  • Neck Joint: Set-in
  • Neck Wood: Mahogany
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Frets: Dressed and Leveled by Nash
  • Neck Shape: 60's slim taper
  • Frets: 22
  • Nut Width: 1.695"
  • Fretboard Radius: 12"
  • Bridge: Aged Tune-O-Matic
  • Pickup Bridge: DiMarzio Air Norton
  • Pickup Neck: DiMarzio Bluesbucker
  • Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone with Coil Tap pots, 3-way pickup selector
  • Tuners: Vintage Kluson
  • Jack: Standard
  • Hardware: Aged Chrome
  • Binding: top and neck
  • Finish: Aged Nitrocellulose Lacquer
  • Weight: 8.75lbs