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  • frank_70frank_70

    good value for money

    Nash Guitars TK54Published on 09/21/13 at 14:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar U.S.
    TV replica 54 with double coil neck pickup
    maple fingerboard (maple) lightweight ash body
    handle C
    look "relic", I find successful, impeccable polish.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is very light. it vibrates is nervous and reactive game
    The neck is very thick. We made it very quickly and it becomes even enjoyable.
    varnish "relic" in back of the neck and saw very nice.
    Lollar: nothing wrong (no comparison on the same guitar)

    The sound is direct and pure. you imagine not having to "fix" anything.
    the guitar sounds live bass has not puke, sharp lens.
    All stays warm and defined.

    SOUNDS

    crystalline hot. very responsive to the nuances of games.
    Se…
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    Guitar U.S.
    TV replica 54 with double coil neck pickup
    maple fingerboard (maple) lightweight ash body
    handle C
    look "relic", I find successful, impeccable polish.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is very light. it vibrates is nervous and reactive game
    The neck is very thick. We made it very quickly and it becomes even enjoyable.
    varnish "relic" in back of the neck and saw very nice.
    Lollar: nothing wrong (no comparison on the same guitar)

    The sound is direct and pure. you imagine not having to "fix" anything.
    the guitar sounds live bass has not puke, sharp lens.
    All stays warm and defined.

    SOUNDS

    crystalline hot. very responsive to the nuances of games.
    Severe Micro SD "PAF" brings to the guitar body.
    The simple attack
    connected to a rivera Chubster40, it works very well.
    Crunch, it is excellent that bite!

    OVERALL OPINION

    New acquisition.
    I am owner of a 73 Telecaster, rosewood, very good guitar rock that I play since 1989.
    Nash TK54 is totally different. It remains in a register which favors acute, attack, biting but all with high reactivity, a more defined.
    this guitar is dedicated to his roots and Thurs
    very good choice of wood and microphones, violin, shrink (small frets), perfect varnish.

    purchased from Central guitar Pigalle (seller friendly, patient, good advice)

    yes I do it again this choice
    to also test: Rebel relic for a price above.
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