Nash T-2HB Guitar, 3 Tone Sunburst

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$ 2,205.00 

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  • DESCRIPTION

Get your Nash Guitars T-2HB Tele from Humbucker Music, the largest Nash Dealer in the world with over 200 Nash guitars for sale at all times.

Check out this classic Telecaster design loaded with two Lollar Handwound Imperial Humbuckers.  Bill Nash offers some of the finest vintage feeling instruments anywhere!  Nash Guitars is also the largest independent maker of aged guitars in the industry.

Not only does the T-2HB look and feel like a vintage Tele, it also features a number of popular modern appointments, such as Lollar handwound pickups and Gotoh tuning keys.

Each Nash T-2HB is built by hand, so each one is completely unique. It features a maple fingerboard, an alder body, the entire guitar is given a level of wear and tear via an aging process.


Serial #: HBM-845
Weight: 7 lbs 3 oz


Body Wood: Ash
Neck Wood: Maple, w/ Rosewood Fingerboard
Features: Single Adjustment Truss Rod w/ Heel Adjust, Rolled Fingerboard Edges
Frets: 21, 6105 Nickel
Nut Material: Tusq
Nut Width: 1 5/8"
Neck Shape: Medium C Shape - 10" Radius
Bridge: Chopped Vintage Style Tele, Brass Compensated Saddles
Headstock: Vintage Correct Tele
Tuners: Gotoh Vintage
Pickguard: 3-Ply Mint
Electronics: Volume, Tone, 3-Way Selector (250K CTS pots, Sprague Orange Drop capacitors, CRL switch)
Knobs: Aged Metal Chrome
Pickups: Lollar Handwound Imperials
Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Case: Nash Brown Gator Hardshell Case


About the Lollar Pickups in this guitar:


The Lollar Imperial captures the airy top end, tight lows, balanced midrange, and complex overtones of the best original PAF pickups. In reviews it is consistently given high marks for its balanced frequency response. Unbalanced coils keep the bottom end tight for the amount of fullness the pickups have, overtones build after each note is played. Alnico 2 magnets in the neck & alnico 5 magnets in the bridge are de-gaussed to specific levels, unique to the neck and bridge positions.

Neck 7.6K, Bridge 8.4K