Not only does the PB-63 look and feel like a vintage Precision bass, it also features a number of popular modern appointments, such as Lollar handwound pickups, self lubricating nut, and Gotoh Vintage tuning keys.
If anyone knows about building vintage guitars, it's Bill Nash! He has worked with a HUGE number of them for many years and has a great deal of knowledge about how a vintage guitar looks and feels. The aged control knobs, pickguards, dinged and scratched finish, and aged hardware make the bass look old, but the modern techniques used to make the guitar ensure that it plays like a brand new instrument. Each Nash PB-63 is built by hand, so each one is completely unique. It features a Rosewood fingerboard, an ash or alder body, and Jason Lollar hand-wound pickups. The bridge is a high quality aged traditional bridge with adjustable steel saddles made from top shelf materials, and the entire bass is given a level of wear and tear via an aging process.
Weighs in at 8lbs 4ozs
|Neck Wood:||Maple, w/ Slab Rosewood|
|Features:||Single Adjustment Truss Rod w/ Heel Adjust|
|Rolled Fingerboard Edges|
|Frets:||20, 6105 Nickel|
|Nut Material:||Tusq - Graphite Self Lubricating|
|Nut Width:||1 1/2"|
|Neck Shape:||C Shape - 10" Radius|
|Bridge:||Vintage Traditional w/ steel saddles|
|Pickguard:||3-Ply Tortoise Shell|
|Electronics:||Volume, Tone (250K CTS pots|
|Sprague Orange Drop capacitors)|
|Knobs:||Aged Metal Chrome|
|Case:||Nash Brown Gator Hardshell Case|