Golden Age Fretted Instruments
John Reynolds
(908) 301-0001
Westfield, NJ
9:33 AM
Tuesday through Saturday 11AM to 5:30 PM

We are happy to announce that we accept Mastercard and Visa! We also accept bank checks, money orders, Paypal, wire transfers and personal checks. (Personal checks must clear prior to shipping.)

UPS is my preferred method of shipment, but I can ship via the carrier of your choice. All shipping and insurance charges are to be paid by the purchaser. The costs for shipping via Fedex Ground are as follows: CT DC DE MA MD ME NH NJ NY PA RI VT = $40 AL FL GA IA IL IN KY MI MN MS NC OH SC TN WI WV = $55 KS MO ND NE SD = $65 AR AZ CA CO ID LA MT NV NM OR OK TX UT WA WY = $70 Shipping charges via other services and to other destinations are determined on a case by case basis.

We gladly offer a 3 day approval period on all purchases, which begins when the item is received by you. Your full satisfaction is guaranteed! All purchases may be returned for a full refund, less shipping and insurance charges, for any reason. If you wish to return an item, please notify us first, repack it with the same carton and packing materials and insure it for it's full purchase price. All returned items must be returned in same condition as when originally shipped to you. All credit card orders cancelled prior to delivery are subject to a 5% re-stocking fee.

Found 294 matches

1993 Fender Custom Shop '62 Reissue Stratocaster Ltd. Ed.

$3,495
9.8 of 10 Condition (a couple of tiny superficial scratches and 1 ding in the body edge) # 8 of 12 Comes with trem arm, ashtray, cable and coa. Gold hardware, birdsye neck
See More >>

~1991 Fender '52 Reissue Telecaster

$1,495
8.9 of 10 condition (some general scratches and dings overall) Only made in Copper for two years 1991 and 92.
See More >>

1991 Guild X-160 FM AB

$1,795
9.9 of 10 (2 tiny superficial dents in the finish, Replaced pickguard, knobs and tuner buttons) I guess someone wanted the accoutrements to match the cool and rare finish. It would take about $100 to make it all original again. The parts are easy to come by.
See More >>

2016 James Tyler Burning Water with Midboost

$3,895
Dead Mint Condition A burning Water that was special ordered with a mid-boost and bypass switch.
See More >>

2000 DeArmond T-400

$795
9.8 of 10 Condition (a few various and sundry superficial scratches) This is DeArmond's unofficial version of the Guild Duane Eddy DE400. Fully hollow body with 2 single coil P90 style pickups.
See More >>

1961 Magnatone 415 Clio Bassamp Conversion

$795
Converted from 4 x 8" bass amp (yes a bass amp with 8" speakers ) to a 1 x 12" guitar amp. New baffle, new speaker, new transformer)
See More >>

Tom Anderson Guitarworks Drop Top

$3,574
Flamed Maple top Alder body 1-piece Maple neck 1 5/8" nut width 25 1/2" scale Even Taper neck carve Natural satin headstock and neck back Jumbo stainless steel frets Buzz Feiten Tuning System Chrome plated hardware Wilkinson Vintage Trem Locking tuners SC1 and SC1 single coil pickups (neck and middle) HF2 Humbucker (bridge) 5-way, add bridge with splitter and VA booster Deluxe...
See More >>

Waterloo WL-14 Mahogany

$2,025
Brand New Condition 14 fret body All Mahogany body
See More >>

Waterloo WL-K

$2,385
Brand New Condition 12 fret body
See More >>

1997 Goodall RCJC

$3,895
9.8 of 10 Condition (a couple of tiny superficial dings and scratches)
See More >>

1998 Carl Barney Jazz Maker Deluxe

$3,495
9.9 of 10 Condition (a few tint superficial scratches) A whole lot of guitar for this money!
See More >>

Epiphone (Korea) Emperor

$695
9.9 of 10 Condition (a few tiny superficial scratches)
See More >>

2011 Gibson ES-335 Block Marker Reissue

$2,395
9.9 of 10 Condition (a few tiny, superficial scratches)
See More >>

Waterloo WL-14 X-Braced, All Mahogany Body

$2,025
The WL-14 Mh brings together the warm and even response of all-mahogany construction with the comfort and versatility of a compact, 14-fret parlor body size for a highly satisfying combination. With a light build and understated appointments, the WL-14 Mh harkens back to the “Dust Bowl” era of simple and affordable instruments that reflected the elemental need for music in tough and trying...
See More >>