SOLD! Stunning, new 2012 JM-63 Nash. Alder, with Amazing Nash Custom Lollar jazzmaster pickups. Much better than the originals. Perfect playability, low action, no buzzing, smooth neck, perfect frets. Great resonance. This is probably the best guitar you will ever play.
New, 2012. Aging is heavy.
You have to experience it to believe how comfortable it is to play an expertly aged guitar. And Bill Nash is the expert. Only high end components. All USA made. Perfectly set-up. I have never played a guitar that is set-up as nicely as a Nash when it arrives in the store, and this includes Gibsons, Rickenbackers, and American made Fenders. Beautiful cloth wiring, very disciplined, no sloppy soldering, precise, accurate and sturdy.
Great wood. Nice medium C shaped dead-straight neck. 12″ radius. Not too fat, not too skinny. Just right.
Fantastic, very big, full sounding, very articulated Fralins.
This guitar has great resonance and you forget what great resonance is on an electric when you haven’t heard it in awhile. You will never find a guitar this resonant off the wall at Guitar Center, or through the mail from Musician’s Friend. A combination of the wood that Nash hand-selects, the very thin coat of nitrocellulose lacquer, a properly seated neck pocket, and the appropriate density of the woods used. Combine this with these Lollar pickups and you really have a match made in heaven. The pickups are very articulated and are the highest quality, best sounding pickups you can buy. Finally a guitar that sounds and plays like the originals did in the early 60s. This is a guitar that can last you a lifetime, and just get better over the years.
Includes Original Hard Shell Case.
We are a brick and mortar guitar store and Nash Dealer. The guitar is brand new (well you know) in the case, never displayed and includes the full Nash warranty.
Case: Beautiful and super sturdy SKB Hardshell
Finish: Three tone sunburst
Neck Carve: Medium C
Electronics: USA 3-way
Nash has addressed all of the playability issues and problems associated with the vintage jazzmasters before issuing this beautiful instrument. For a detailed description of his thought process and jazzmaster fundamentals, go to my website: bendguitarden.com and click on this guitar in the slide show.