Why isn't there a Nash Guitars forum?

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  1. GaryOsborne

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    Seriously?
     
  2. Mr. Lumbergh

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    Create one.
     
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    I would join a "Every 10th Nash I play is really spectacular and I'd love to own it but the other 9 either don't play right or are ridiculously over/poorly relic'ed" forum.

    That I would join.
     
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    Me too. Of course I say the same about every 9 out of 10 from Fender, Gibson and just about every guitar brand I've ever had interest in.
    If they were all "magic" sure would make it easier.
     
  6. Fret Wilkes

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    How true. But, I think they are mostly all "magic" ... to someone. I read the "I selected this out of 100s of others" type posts and although I'm sure it is the "magic one" to that person, the guy before him that tried that guitar may well have passed on it. It's very subjective isn't it. I had that exact experience when i found my 52RI, it just had it...for me. I had a 50s Classic that I liked but wasn't completely in love with. I sold it to a friend that thought it was the best guitar he ever played. I'm thinking the statement should be "I went through 100s until I found this one that finally met my own weird, quirky, unnameable criteria". :lol:
     
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    Nash guitars. Allparts partscasters beaten with a rusty chain.
     
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    What about Crosby and Stills? They need a forum too.
     
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    He's here all week folks. Try the salad bar a don't forget to tip your waitress!
     
  10. Bill

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    I appreciate what Nash tries to do and when they succeed at it, trying to make an authentic feeling, looking, and sounding relic. My disappointment has been with this kind of relic finish at this price point.

    Sorry for the poor cell phone pics, I took this at my local guitar store the other week:

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    God, that is rancid.
     
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    THAT is HIDEOUS.
     
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    I've never heard of a builder named Nash, but if those pics are his product, Then thats why there is no Nash forum.
     
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    Now I know which notes I should be playing the most.....

     
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    their was Nash les paul i saw, do not remember where. the relic was evil. why would you put a crack you can see through into a 5k instrument.. crazy idea.

    chris.
     
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    i think you are being way too kind there !! his interpretation of a relic guitar is to blindly throw acid at it and in a psychotic rage
     
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    you just have to find the right one ... or two ... or three
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  19. Coop47

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    Jeez - they're not all that bad. Yes, some are hideous, but there are some nice players out there.
     
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    Has Nash been around long enough that there would be real relics of them. At least a Fender relic can be more believable since Fender has been around for 60 years.
     
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