This 2004, used Don Grosh Set Neck looks as good as it did coming out of the shop ten years ago. This is in Near Mint condition and is the 37th set neck guitar built by Grosh, so it's a great opportunity to own a bit of Grosh history—and an awesome guitar, at that.
Weighing in at a sturdy 9 lb, 6 oz, its body is Mahogany with a stunning Quilted Maple top while its Maple neck has a beautiful Brazilian Rosewood fretboard, giving it plenty of tone and smoothness for unparalleled playability. A 12” radius makes this guitar perfect for playing fast, but versatile enough to do just about anything. Couple that with its discontinued DiMarzio Virtual PAF pickups and you've got a guitar that can deliver substantial growl to remarkable clean tones, with knock out sustain. This is great opportunity to save nearly $1000 on a spectacular, early Don Grosh Set Neck guitar.
||Mahogany with Quilted Maple top and Honey Burst finish
||Brazilian Rosewood with Pearloid dot inlays
||22 frets; 6150-style
||DiMarzio Virtual PAF, neck and bridge
||3-Way, 2 Volume, 2 Tone
||Original Hard Case Included