One of our favorite things about the brilliant Grosh Electrajet is how versatile it is, and not just in the way it plays, but also how it performs as a design platform. There are P90 versions (well, technically G90's as Grosh winds his own), Strat pickup versions, Tele versions, and this show-stopping twin humbucker Turbojet version.
This Turbojet gets the Gibson treatment and is fitted with two Grosh-wound humbuckers, a 3-way switch, master volume and tone (w/coil tapping), a 10" radius, medium round-back neck shape, a 2 post Gotoh 1088 bridge, and 6150 frets.
On paper, it sounds like it'll be a rock machine - and don't get us wrong, it absolutely can be - but it is so much more versatile than that. That's the beauty of the EJ model. It could certainly be the only guitar you need to bring to the gig, rehearsal, or session (be it studio or living room). These humbuckers mix power with touch sensitivity, and sound clear and open without getting strident. They also split really well which opens up even more sonic possibilities...
The playability is off the charts - low action, perfect setup and fretwork, and a total weight of 7lbs 12oz. Grosh guitars already have a very refined feel, but this EJ takes that to another level altogether.
The Electrajet is truly modern classic that could easily replace a few guitars in your collection. This particular Turbojet version is an amazing instrument and the perfect intro to this model if you're new to it. Priced with hardshell case.
- Mahogany body / Flamed maple top
- Deep Honey Burst
- Maple, with light flame neck / Indian Rosewood fingerboard
- White bound fingerboard
- MOP Trapezoid inlays
- Medium-Large Roundback Carve (.85"-.95")
- 10” Radius
- 1 5/8” Radius
- 6150 (Medium) Frets
- Grosh 302 Neck Pickup, Grosh 327 Bridge Pickup
- 25 1/2” Scale Length
- Gotoh 1088 bridge
- Locking Kluson tuners
- SN 4020
- 7lbs 12oz