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NASH GUITARS, OLYMPIA, CIRCA 2007
NASH GUITARS, OLYMPIA, CIRCA 2007
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Please note lots marked with a square will be move… Read more NASH GUITARSBased in Olympia, Washington, Bill Nash specializes in solid-body electric guitars utilizing nitrocellulose finishes that are often artificially distressed to appear aged. Launching his business as a custom maker in 2001, Nash Guitars now employs nine workers and, according to interviews in 2011, produces approximately 90 guitars a month.
NASH GUITARS, OLYMPIA, CIRCA 2007

A SOLID-BODY ELECTRIC GUITAR, IN THE STYLE OF A 1952 TELECASTER, T-52

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NASH GUITARS, OLYMPIA, CIRCA 2007
A SOLID-BODY ELECTRIC GUITAR, IN THE STYLE OF A 1952 TELECASTER, T-52
Inscribed by the maker to the back of the headstock 'B Nash 07', with original hardshell case bearing a label inscribed BILL NASH TELECASTER '07 -TAKEN TO USA/EUROPE AS SPARE CASE LEFT HERE 11/03/16; accompanied by the original paper hang tag
Length of back 15 ¾ in. (40 cm.)
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Pink Floyd bassist Guy Pratt arranged the purchase of this guitar on behalf of David Gilmour. A replacement neck was supplied by Nash Guitars and fitted to the guitar after it was decided that the original neck was too large for Gilmour’s taste. The guitar was carried as a dressing room guitar on the North American and European legs of Gilmour’s Rattle That Lock Tour from March to July 2016, in support of his fourth solo album Rattle That Lock.

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