I can't see your roo well enough to say what he might be. From my screen, it looks like he has a full rosecomb to me. But I'm not seeing a great shot of him.
The pullets all look like EE's to me.
It is important to remember that there is no breed standard with EE, so there can't really be "poorly bred" Easter Egger. EE's are simply a hybrid bird with (hopefully) Araucana, or more typically Ameraucana, somewhere close enough in the parentage that there is hope of a blue egg gene.
Your pullets indicate Ameraucana in the background as some have beard/muff and pea comb.
Golden Wyandottes never have a pea comb. They should have a rose comb, but sometimes can have a single comb (which is a major flaw but happens in the hatchery). You do not have a GLW.
And yes, EE's can vary a lot as EE's are hybrids, mutts, with the genetic math taking off especially if it was an EE rooster or EE hen used in the parentage (which I suspicion) with different hens of different breeds.
Your rooster could possibly be an EE with a rosecomb as genetics could produce an offspring with a rosecomb if an EE was bred with a rosecomb breed (like a Wyandotte)....it would depend upon the genetics of the combs in the parentage, but a rosecomb parent over a pea comb parent either produces a walnut comb or if there were incomplete (heterozygous comb genes), then you could have walnut, rosecomb or pea comb results, or even single. (See article linked below). And sometimes just plain funk.
But as I said, I would need a much better shot of the rooster to have any type of educated guess.
Edited by Lady of McCamley - 10/1/15 at 10:54pm