My new Grosh Tele in Tie Dye Flame

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  1. Rebel-Guitars

    Rebel-Guitars Antique Silver Member

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    Here's my new Grosh Retro Vintage T in Tie Dye Flame. Check out that finish!
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  2. GAT

    GAT Gold Supporting Member

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    Oh my Gawd!!!!! That is awesome!
     
  3. Lucidology

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    Oh Man... that's just the coolest looking original finish I've seen in a long time..

    Did you just find this.. custom order this.. or is this a standard Grosh offereing...? Way Fun!!
     
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    Grosh has been doing tye finishes for a while now... although I've never seen a flame one...very sweet...

    rock
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    Don never ceases to amaze me!!!!! :AOK
     
  6. Rebel-Guitars

    Rebel-Guitars Antique Silver Member

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    I think the Flame version is brand new. There's a strat on his website with the same finish.
     
  7. alanbass1

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    Surely a picture of this guitar should be lodged in the 'searching for the perfect boutique tele' thread for posterity
     
  8. olectric

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    that is effin' sweet!

    you should add it to this thread, too: Show your Grosh!
     
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    spectacular:eek:

    Matt
     
  11. Jray

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    Wow! Quite spectacular! I have a James Tyler Tylerbastar in Burning Water which is a bit different. This Grosh is K I L L E R! Well, I guess one can never have too many Tele's...I'm headin' over to the Grosh site - Ciao!
     
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    + 1:AOK
     
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    :eek: Wow! Congrats, that is one hell of a looker. I'm guessing it's quite a player too. :AOK
     
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    Don't let Pbradt see that guitar.

    Chuck
     
  15. drezdin

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    Very cool. I'm a sucker for flames and pearloid.
     
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    That guitar looks really cool! Enjoy it, I bet it sounds as good as it looks.
    I think Grosh guitars are highly underrated. I just did a stright up trade with someone for a Bent Top Custom. I LOVE the guitar, and really didin't know what to expect prior to playing it. Fit, finish, playability, and tone are all there. :)
     
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    Love it - and I agree that Grosh's stuff is way underrated.

    Enjoy it!
     
  18. Long2Play

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    Congrats! The first Tie Dye Flame Job was this guitar -

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    Way cool!!
     

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