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Grosh Guitars ElectraJet VT

The Grosh ElectraJet model has several different variants, including the ElectraJet VT.  This modern classic guitar takes the original ElectraJet model and tweaks it just a bit, giving it a thicker sound and giving it a telecaster type configuration.  This gives it a lot of fat and thickness, but it…

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The Grosh Guitars Baritone is a modern looking guitar that invokes the look and feel of an older model.  The Baritone is based on the ElectraJet, but it’s so much more than just an imitation guitar.  This guitar is halfway between a bass and a guitar, making it something a…

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GroshRetroClassic

One of the most famous guitars designed by Don Grosh and manufactured by Grosh Guitars is the Retro Classic.  This line of guitars includes the Retro Classic, the Retro Classic T, the Retro Classic Vintage T, the Retro Classic Hollow T, and the Retro Classic Standard.  Each bring the level…

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Grosh Custom Carve Top

The Grosh Custom Carve Top is a part of Grosh Guitars’ bolt-on maple top guitars line.  These guitars feature mahogany bodies with a maple neck bolted on.  Each one blends these two woods to create a great sound that captures both great lows and mids as well as rich highs. …

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grosh_turbojet

The Grosh Guitars TurboJet model is visually based on the ElectraJet, but while the TurboJet and ElectraJet may share some of the same lines and body shape, the TurboJet is all rock.  It features a mahogany body and uses either a flame maple or a 5A quilt top.  This helps…

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Grosh Guitars Sunset ’79

Grosh Guitars has created yet another great relic guitar in the form of the Sunset ’79.  This relic guitar is based on the late 70s and early 80s models that dominated the hard rock scene in southern California.  The Sunset ’79 has a one piece maple neck, rear-routed electronics, and…

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SetNeck

Grosh Guitars has created many different models of relic guitar, but they believe that their Set Neck model may actually be one of their finest instruments.  It took some time, intense thought, and even a bit of obsession to create the Set Neck model.  They pulled inspiration from the Ted…

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