The Wall of Grosh

Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by gregory70, Dec 23, 2009.


  1. gregory70

    gregory70 Supporting Member

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    Just got a new Electrajet (the gold one) and I thought I'd share a pic of my Grosh guitars. For me, the absolute finest guitars on the planet!

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    Very cool. Did you pick the gold Electrajet up at Wildwood? If so, it's a nice one. I checked ti out about 2 weeks ago.
     
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    You need a setneck now! ;-)
     
  4. gregory70

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    Yup, it's from Wildwood. I was smitten!

    I'd love a setneck, but I think my wife needs a break!
     
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    Yeah, that particular EJ helped put me over the edge. I will be ordering an EJ Custom in the very near future.:)
     
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    Yeah, I would have gone with another custom (the strat and tele are customs), but I really liked the neck on the EJ standards.

    I really like the EJ's with humbuckers. The are rock and roll beasts.
     
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    SOOOOOOOOOOOOO COOL!!!!!

    Man, they sure r pretttyyy!!!
     
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    Yeah...I would have bought that gold standard, but I've decided that I really want at 24.75" scale on my next guitar. Talking to the guys at Grosh, mixing that scale length with humbuckers is an amazing combination. Unfortunately for my wallet that can't be done in the EJ Standard....still the EJC is on par price wise with a LP or similar.:dude
     
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    I'm trying to get one EJ Standard with humbuckers.. and you have two..not fair...mommy....he is hogging all the standards!!!:)

    Anyway.... great looking set of guitars you have there!

    rock

    bford
     
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    Beautiful - really like the natural one too.
     
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    Yeah. I was a "dyed-in-the-wool" Strat player for 20 years until I got the natural EJ. I haven't played anything since. I still love the Grosh RC, but for my current band (straight ahead R-n-R), the EJ is really hard to beat!
     

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