The look and feel of vintage pieces with updates for the modern player
Nash guitars is the largest independent builder of aged guitars and basses in the world. There are several reasons we love Nash guitars here at Kauffmann’s. Firstly, they are extremely well priced for the level of quality and craftsmanship you get out of a Nash guitars instrument. Secondly they play great and sound amazing. The team at Nash guitars have become masters at building guitars that feel like they have been played for decades.
The S63 introduces the vast palette of colors from the heyday of the 1960’s car culture. Alder bodies and rosewood necks are standard, though ash and maple may also be used. 3-ply pickguards in White, Mint, Tortoise, Black and Pearl add to the wide variety of looks of our most popular S Model.
Nashguitars was founded by Bill Nash in 2003, who made it his mission to build guitars that don’t break the bank, yet still capture a great look and feel, much like you have with some of the classic vintage fender guitars. That is why Nashguitars has become one of the best value when it comes to guitars – or best bang for your buck, if you will – for many guitar retailers and dealers around the world; including us at Kauffmann’s Guitar Store.
What started in his basement as a passion project and way to build custom guitars for friends and private clients, has since become a recognised specialty brand. Today, Nashguitars ships over a hundred guitars to dealers around the world. The company remains a family run business, and employs a small team of 9 master guitar builders. Their enthusiasm for vintage guitars drives production, and their
obsession for creating perfect Nashguitars drives the quality, intricate construction, set up, and hand ageing that the brand has become known for. The result; perfect vintage style guitars, which look well-loved, sound well worn, but are actually brand new and built to last.
When it comes to the building process, the devil is in the details for the team at Nashguitars. This can be seen when it comes to fret dressing, set-ups, nut cutting, as well as several other fine details. While other brands would find ways to streamline this painstaking and time consuming detail work, Nashguitars recognises its importance as something that sets them apart from the rest.
Thin coats of 100% nitrocellulose lacquer allows the wood to stay light and vibrant. This helps Nashguitars with achieving an aging process which looks tasteful and realistic; like you have owned and played their guitar for a very very long time. While many of their components are manufactured in-house, the ones they cannot make themselves are custom made to their specific tolerances and specs. The Lollar pickups used on all Nashguitars, for example, are wound specifically for them. The average build time for Nashguitars is 10-12 weeks, but there are many factors that can affect this time frame, such as special order parts, and custom paints, to name a few. All in all, their attention to detail, and overall passion for building vintage inspired Nashguitars counts toward achieving their goal of creating guitars they would be proud to own themselves.
My Pink Nash Stratocaster And Red Nash Telecaster Guitars – Your Questions Answered
We want you to be happy with the product you bought online from us. Therefore we have a no questions asked free return within 14 days policy. Please do let us know as soon as possible should there be something not to your satisfaction with the product. And we will do our utmost to set it right and make you happy. For more see our Delivery & Returns page.
We will ship your product within two working days after we have received your order. We use this time make sure that your new guitar, pedal or amp leaves the shop in the best possible condition. For more see our Shipping page.
When buying a new product from us, you are covered by a 2-year warranty period (as stated by the European guideline “Buy & Warranty”). The product(s) you buy from us are therefore expected to be free from failures for 2 years, used under normal circumstances. For more see our Warranty page.
Two great guitars at non custom shop prices played against each other.
Jeremy Sheppard, the Guitar Hunter is talking about his Nash guitar. An honest review about a honest guitar.
No talking, just playing. You decide what your ears like best.