Like any Grosh, the build quality of this Set Neck is off the charts great (honestly, it's flawless). The neck carve feels like it came straight out of the late 50s Gibson factory - let's call it a '59 carve. It fills the hand perfectly and allows for a more relaxed left hand technique. The silver and abalone dots really jump off the Brazilian board making it easy to navigate in both dark and bright environments.
This is a snappy, resonant, alive feeling guitar - plenty of sustain on tap. Plugged in you're greeted to muscular, open, and well-balanced tones. The Throbak SLE 101 humbuckers sound fantastic and deliver exactly what you'd expect in this style of guitar - warm, fat, round, clear, and punchy tones both clean through distorted.
Condition: Near mint save for one small, shallow indentation on the back of the neck behind the 3rd-4th fret. We didn't notice it until we put the guitar "under the microscope" while doing this write-up. It's not noticeable when playing. No fret wear or other issues - a very, very clean guitar.
Priced with hardshell case.