Nash T-72 DLX Black NG-1148  From Nash

Dual Humbucker 72 deluxe relic from Bill Nash

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What We Think

The Fender wide Range humbuckers speak true to their name.  They truly remain clear and balanced throughout the tonal range, even when overdriven.  We especially like the overdriven sounds of this pickup arrangement on this T-72 DLX guitar.  A nice light relic sure to turn heads with all the comfort and mojo you would expect from Bill Nash.  You’ve got to play it to believe it.    

when we first picked up Bill Nash's guitars, we utterly amazed at the quality of his workmanship. Not only is his relic-ing top notch, but all of the instruments have a resonance that is hard to find these days from an instrument pulled off the wall at GC. We think this is due to a very thin coat of nitrocellulose lacquer, a properly seated neck pocket, and the appropriate density of the woods used. Combine this with Jason Lollar's pickups and you really have a match made in heaven. The pickups have that incredible bell-like tone with just the right amount of output. Finally a guitar that sounds and plays like the originals did in the late 50's. We've had people come in to compare their vintage Strats and Fender CS's to a Nash walk out with a Nash guitar because it was simply a better guitar. You can't argue with the price either. Most relics on the market are nearly double the price of a Nash. A Bill Nash guitar is a real player's instrument. His philosophy is that they should be used, abused, and then used some more.

Manufacturer's Description from Nash

Ash and Alder Bodies in all the period correct "F" colors. 100% Nitrocellulose Lacquer. Maple or Maple with Rosewood Necks with 10 Radius Fretboards and Dunlop 6105 Frets. Single action truss rods with heel adjust. Vintage Kluson style tuners.Tusq Nuts. Back Shapes are Medium C, V and Fat. OEM Pickups on Guitars are Lollar Hybrid Sets. Bass OEM pickups are Dimarzios. Other pickups from Fralin, VanZandt, Duncan, Rio Grande, Fender and others available - contact dealer. Aging Levels are Light (Church Gig), Medium (Workingman) and Heavy (Louisiana Roadhouse)

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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.

 

Specifications

T-72 Black w/white pickguard

Ash Body

Rosewood "C" Neck

CBS Headstock

Fender Wide Range Humbuckers

Light Aging

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