2012 NASH JEFF BECK ESQUIRE / Make an enquiry

Manufacturer
Bill Nash
Serial number
NG-1651
Model
Jeff Beck Esquire
Colour
Butterscotch Blonde
Condition
Heavy relic
Weight
7 lbs 3.5oz
Case
OHSC
Price
£2,150

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2012 Bill Nash, Jeff Beck Esquire relic. This is Bill Nash's reproduction of Jeff Beck’s Esquire he used with The Yardbirds. Seymour Duncan STK-T3B Vintage stack bridge pickup. Featuring a heavily-aged Butterscotch Blonde finish over an Alder body, this T style guitar is number 48 of only 75 reproductions of Jeff Beck's classic Esquire. Additional comfort contours give this guitar a hot-rodded feel. The Maple fingerboard is inlaid with Black dots for a classic look. It has a 10" radius with a boat profile. The lone Seymour Duncan stacked humbucker is wired to a push-pull pot for everything from full humbucker scream to vintage-style spank and twang, and the three-way switch provides easy access to those classic tones that players love, with an additional "Eldridge" style mid-range boost. The classic three-saddle bridge features brass saddles for excellent tone and sustain. The Nash logo was removed and a Fender Esquire logo was applied aftermarket; this is not a Fender instrument.

Pickup description:

This vintage output stack delivers classic lead tone, with all of the bright Tele twang, but none of the traditional single coil noise. The highs have a nice sparkle, and the low end is snappy and articulate the way it should be. The output is straight up vintage, making this a great choice for layers who need to eliminate the hum, but without sacrificing true Tele lead tone.

The guitar has been fully set up by our tech and is playing great. The guitar comes with original hard shell case. Serial:NG-1651. Weight: 7 lbs 3.5oz. Nut width: 41.75mm