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Nash Guitars

Nash Gibson Les Paul in Cherry Burst

$4,200.00

Nash Guitars

Nash Gibson Les Paul in Cherry Burst

$4,200.00

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NGLP118

  • Model – Nash Aged Les Paul
  • Body Finish – Cherry Burst (Nitrocellulose)
  • Body Wood – Flame Maple on Mahogany
  • Neck Wood – Mahogany/Rosewood Fingerboard
  • Neck Finish – Sanded Lacquer Back
  • Nutwidth – 1 11/16 in
  • Frets – Medium Jumbo
  • Backshape – Thin 60's
  • Hardware – Aged Nickel
  • Bridge – Tune-O-Matic w/Stop Tailpiece
  • Pickguard – Cream 1-Ply
  • Pickups – DiMarzio Bluesbucker (neck) Dimarzio Air Norton (bridge)
  • Controls – 2 X Vol, 2 X Tone w/ Coil Split
  • Switching – 3-way Toggle
  • Strings – .10 - .46
  • Includes Case
  • Notes from Bill: "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 or push pull pots. The Air Norton gives you bigger output and richer 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." - Bill Nash