Golden Age Fretted Instruments
John Reynolds
(908) 301-0001
Westfield, NJ
3:23 PM
Tuesday through Saturday 11AM to 5:30 PM

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Two Rock (K & M) TS-1 Ltd. Ed. Head

$5,995
You won't find too many of these badboys available! This is a very, very, very (3 verys) rare amp. It was designed in cooperation with west coast luthier Taku Sakashta (hence the model designation TS) who was one of the world leading luthiers until his untimely death at the hands of some deranged mugger several years ago. This amp has just about the best clean tone I've ever laid my ears on....
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~2005 Two Rock Overdrive Signature Head

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A classic from the boys at two rock. This is one of the K&M signature pieces (literally and figuratively). This is the best you can find in a Dumble style amp that's not actually a Dumble. This is a he-man's amp - the best of the best. Are you man enough? From the manual: Input Jack- High impedance input to the amplifier. Plug in your instrument here. FET Gain- The FET (Field Effect...
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~2012 Matchless DC30

$3,195
Dead Mint Condition This is what changed the amp world. The DC-30 was the company’s first design and still leads their lineup. Thirty very conservatively rated watts from a quartet of EL-84’s, through two channels, each with unique voicing and tone control layouts, produce a world of tone choices. True “Class A” configuration gives rich, complex harmonics whether played clean, mildly...
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Goodall RGC

$3,595
9.5 of 10 (Just some very light superficial scratching and a few tiny superficial finish dents) Beautiful to behold and unrivaled for fingerstyle response the Grand Concert body shape has long been a favored fingerstyle guitarists for it's smooth, rich and articulate tone with excellent clarity. It's on the smaller side (bigger than a parlor yet smaller than a concert jumbo or dread) so it's...
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2003 Bourgeois Vintage D Adirondack

$3,195
Dead Mint Condition Adirondack spruce, also known as Eastern Red Spruce, was the legendary topwood used on most pre-war American-made guitars. Properly sawn, Adirondack is much stiffer than Sitka and Engelmann spruce, both along and across the grain. This allows the builder to make thinner, lighter tops, resulting in lightning-quick response and power to spare. Most guitar grade "Adirondack"...
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~2014 Sadowsky SS-15

$3,995
Dead Mint Condition The all acoustic brother of the Semi-Hollow, the SS-15 features the same body as the Semi, but is all acoustic with traditional jazz guitar appointments and styling. The thin body provides a more immediate acoustic response than its bigger siblings, and has no sonic peer when amplified. The 1 3/4″ nut width and 14 frets to the body give the SS-15 a familiar comfort to any...
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2015 Martin OMC-35E

$2,995
Dead Mint Condition A narrow waist, small bodied guitar that produces a remarkable full sound, the OMC-35E is a must have for players of all levels. This Orchestra, acoustic-electric cutaway model features a solid Sitka spruce top, East Indian rosewood sides and three-piece back, black ebony fingerboard and bridge and a matching black pickguard. The New Fishman® Aura® VT Enhance electronics...
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1959 Fender® Bassman®

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Excellent Condition (A few cigarette burns, re-coned speakers, single 1/4" jack for all speakers added, repro handle, recapped, bias pot added, 3-prong power cord, a few very minor grille tears, light wear to tweed covering) RCA Blackplate tubes Mullard rectifier tube
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1961 Fender® Bandmaster

$3,195
Excellent Plus Condition (Super clean - a few superficial necks and dings to the Tolex, replacement handle, new JJ tubes)
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1995 Gibson Les Paul Special Singlecut Reissue

$995
8.7 of 10 Condition (superficial scratches overall, some finish dulling wear arm meets body) This is the grand-daddy of all LP Special reissues - the first one done in 1995. Comes with generic black rectangular solid body hardshell case. Of cuorse being a reissue you'd expect the specs to be accurate to the original, but Gibson, in their infinite wisdom decided to give it a bound Grover tuners...
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1966 Fender® Princeton® Reverb

$2,595
Excellent Condition (Period correct Jensen speaker and a bit of exterior dust - no tears, 3-prong power cord) Sounds just as good as my personal "not for sale" '65. A killer little amp! Super clean, warm and rich up to about 4 and the clean starts to melt into super warm and rich tube growl that is sweet as Tupelo honey. This is THE amp for home, studio or small gigs. Rocker love it cowpokes...
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Van Weelden Twinkleland (head only)

$5,695
Dead Mint Condition Aaaah ys, a Van Weelden! You don't see these for sale in the U.S. too often. This is one of the most desirable of all today's amp heads. This one immediately went to Andy Fuchs to be modified from 220 voltage to 110 and while he was in there he added 8 and 16 ohm speaker outputs so you can use any cabinet you want. It's a Dumble style amp of the highest order and is...
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Mike Lull TX

$1,395
Dead Mint Condition With two Seymour Duncan Antiquity humbuckers this guitar has smooth, warm tone on the neck pickup and a balanced treble and low end from the bridge pickup. Designed to approximate the sound of '50's PAF's these pickups are great for all classic rock applications and then some. And just add an extra little sonic wrinkle we have an Fralin "S" style single-coil in the middle...
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LSL Mongrel

$1,395
Relic Mint Well, it looks like a Strat and sounds like a Tele at some times and like a Strat at others. One guitar - two bases covered. Great LsL quality too - they cut their own bodies, hand shape their own neck, hand wind LsL pickups and make most of their hardware in-house - no parts guitar here. Alder body 1-piece Maple neck with "skunk" stripe Thin nitrocellulose lacquer finish 3...
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HOFNER Jazzica Vintage Limited Edition

$2,249
Dead Mint Relic'd Condition. She looks like a vintage Hofner that was found in 1967 in a Stuttgart alley way, but she is really a top end boutique guitar of recent vintage that plays and sounds like a what it is - a great quality hand crafted modern archtop. Go ahead - put a ding in her You'll never notice it again. I'm kind of amazed at how good people have got at aging guitars. I'd be hard...
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Fender® Japan D'Aquisto Elite

$2,595
9.9 of 10 Condition (a few superficial scratches on the headstock overlay) Fender was the first company to produce guitars under the D'Aquisto moniker in the 1980's. Not to be confused with later custom shop version by Steven Stern these are Japanese made and, in my opinion, are a more refined, better feeling guitar. The later ones are a bit heavy, stiff and clunky for my taste. Anyway this...
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Ron THORN '58 Gibson Flying V Replica

$4,495
Dead Mint Condition What? Another California based guitar builder you say? Well Ron Thorn certainly has set himself away from the pack - in a good way. Thorn Custom guitars was launched in 2000 after Ron had been building necks and bodies for other custom boutique builders for a number of years - and the rest is history. History that has left us with some of the finest solid body guitars ever...
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Villette Journeyman Nylon

$1,995
Dead Mint Condition Joe Villette's nylon-string guitars address one of the biggest challenges in live performance — how to get a high quality, responsive amplified sound from a nylon-string guitar. Feedback, body and fret noise, and reduced freedom of movement are usually facts of life for nylon-string players. The Journeyman Electric Nylon-string guitar resolves these issues,...
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2012 Paul Reed Smith Hollow Body II with Piezo

$3,195
Dead Mint Condition PRS/LR Baggs piezo pickup system lets you blend natural acoustic tone WITH your humbuckers. PRS V12 finish feels like nitro and protects like acrylic. Pattern profile neck feels great and provides you with ultra-smooth action. The PRS/LR Baggs piezo pickup system onboard the Hollowbody II electric guitar gives you access to the natural acoustic sound of its mahogany body. A...
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2012 Paul Reed Smith Hollow Body II with Piezo

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Dead Mint Condition PRS/LR Baggs piezo pickup system lets you blend natural acoustic tone WITH your humbuckers. PRS V12 finish feels like nitro and protects like acrylic. Pattern profile neck feels great and provides you with ultra-smooth action. The PRS/LR Baggs piezo pickup system onboard the Hollowbody II electric guitar gives you access to the natural acoustic sound of its mahogany body. A...
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Epiphone Elitist Byrdland

$2,495
Dead Mint Condition Elitist Byrdland is one stylish hollow-body guitar made by Epiphone. It comes with a classic single cutaway design and set-in neck construction. The "Elitist" tag from it`s name stands for gold-plated hardware, top shelf wood and, most notably, the fact that it is made in Japan and, as such, is a far higher build quality than it's Korean made cousins - almost up to the...
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2016 Paul Reed Smith McCarty 594

$2,995
Dead Mint Condition The McCarty 594 is a vintage-inspired instrument that is at once incredibly familiar and effortlessly playable. Whether you are looking for rich, authentic, vintage humbucking tones or nuanced, sweet single-coil sounds, the McCarty 594 can seamlessly master both sonic territories thanks to the 58/15 LT pickups and push/pull coil taps on the tone controls. The electronics...
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Two Rock Gain Master 35 Combo

$2,095
Dead Mint Condition Simply a mini version of the TS-1, the Gain Master has superb tone control, articulate clean and lead channels, no reverb circuit, and a passive loop.  This dual channel amp has all the characteristics of some of the most sought after amps in history.   Touch sensitivity plays a huge role with this amp and time after time, it will not disappoint.  Features of this amp...
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Bourgeois LDB0

$5,684
Let me preface this by saying that I own a 1937 Gibson L-00 and it has been my go to guitar for many years. With that in mind, I cab safely say that this guitar sounds at least as good as my Gibby. Dana's version has all the quick attack, punch and strong mids as my old buddy. Very funky and bluesy with strong fundamentals. And it plays like a complete dream. Low and easy action with a great...
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2015 Suhr Classic T Antique HS Maple

$1,895
Mint Relic Swamp Ash body Light aging Wilkinson 3 saddle bridge Chrome plated hardware Parchment pickguard Classic T control plate Silent Single Coil System II 3-way, volume , tone Maple neck Maple fretboard Lacquer finish Tinted neck 9" -12" compound radius Even C medium neck carve (849" - .920") Tusq nut 1.650" nut width Suhr locking tuners 22 stainless steel frets Black...
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2009 Paul Reed Smith Custom Amp Design Blistertone 50

$2,349
Dead Mint Condition The PRS Blistertone 50 tube amp head represents the evolution of Doug Sewell’s original design, released nearly a decade ago. This Blistertone 50 is a versatile, modern single channel amp that can give you clean to strong overdrive tones using your guitar’s volume control. The cleans have a shimmer and sparkle reminiscent of higher wattage British amps. The overdrive tones...
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Larrivee D-03 Laurel Ltd. Ed.

$1,574
New for 2016 from Larrivee is their stunning East Indian Laurel limited edition series. This is a spectacular and often overlooked tonewood with a look somewhere between Indian Rosewood and English Walnut. Known for its exceptional tap tone quality, Laurel offers up rich overtones and brilliant highs that produce an overall lively and vibrant presence. In addition to this beautiful tonewood,...
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LSL Saticoy One

$1,995
IMHO LsL makes the best vintage style T and S style guitars extant. You can close your eyes an feel as though you are playing the real McCoy. The Saticoy One has a slightly flatter neck than the Saticoy (10" vs. 7.25") and a 5-way selecter switch, but in all other ways it feels authentic. The cool thing about the "one" series is that you can now get an LsL for under $2k. The only real difference...
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