Golden Age Fretted Instruments
John Reynolds
(908) 301-0001
Westfield, NJ
7:54 PM
Tuesday through Saturday 11AM to 5:30 PM

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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.

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2003 Heritage H-155 Millenium

$1,695
Dead Mint Condition 2003 Heritage Guitar H 155 Millennium left handed. Made in Kalamazoo, MI at the old Gibson factory using same machines, molds and woods that Gibson did up until 1982. A rare find in lefty too. Carved curly maple top Chambered mahogany body 12” radius Ebony fingerboard Custom HRW hum bucker designed by Rendall Wall who was the original designer of the...
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2005 Epiphone SG Les Paul Custom '61 Reissue

$549
Dead Mint Condition I'm just astounded that you can get a guitar as good as this for under $500. This one is gig ready and ready, ready, ready to - rock and roll. Poplar body Masonite top and back Vinyl edges Two lipstick pickups 25" scale 1 11/16" nut width 3-way pickup selector Volume, tone Gig bag included
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Danelectro U2 Reissue

$495
Dead Mint Condition I'm just astounded that you can get a guitar as good as this for under $500. This one is gig ready and ready, ready, ready to - rock and roll. Poplar body Masonite top and back Vinyl edges Two lipstick pickups 25" scale 1 11/16" nut width 3-way pickup selector Volume, tone Gig bag included
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1949 Gibson LG2

$3,295
Very Good Plus Condition (1 small pickguard crack, otherwise crack free, modest pickwear between soundhole and pickguard, fine finish crazing overall, normal dings and scratches overall for a nearly 70 year old guitar, a few dents in the neck, rust on the tuner plates, new buttons on tuners -very typical) Ah yes, the LG2. It's about time these little fellas got the respect they deserved....
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~1945 National New Yorker lap steel

$895
Excellent Condition A cool little memento from a time when men were men, ladies were ladies and Hawaiian music was all the rage. Oh yea, and the war. You can play this in your Hawaiian trio (or quartet or quintet) your western swing band or just about any variant of goo ol' rock and roll. Lovely to look at too with it's New York skyscraper inspired deco stylings. Basic and simple: plank body,...
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ESP (Japan) George Lynch Signature Series

$1,795
Near Mint but with headstock repair (the repair runs through the high E tuner. It is professionally done and we guarantee it to be permanent. Also it's just about invisible) As ESP's first Signature Series artist, George Lynch was also one of the first players to collaborate with a manufacturer tin order to accommodate his unique playing style. The ESP Sunburst Tiger is one of the guitars most...
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2017 Gibson Custom Shop ES-175 '59 Reissue VOS

$3,895
Dead Mint Condition Gibson's ES-175 has been in their line since it's introduction in 1947 when it was available only as a 1 pickup version and was loaded with a P-90. The two pickup version was introduced in 1951 and the P-90 disappeared in favor of PAF humbuckers in 1957. This being a '59 Reissue is loaded with two humbuckers and has all the period correct features. The ES 175 was always...
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Waterloo WL-S-TR

$2,025
The new WL-S possesses exceptional tonal clarity, dimensionality, and punch. Inspired by 12-fret Stella guitars from the 1930’s, the WL-S features a 24 7/8" scale length that creates a round note attack and detailed string-to-string separation. A semi-gloss nitrocellulose finish completes the WL-S both aesthetically and tonally, with a beautiful iced tea sunburst and acoustical liveliness that...
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2003 Paul Reed Smith Singlecut 10 Top, Birds

$2,695
Dead Mint Condition I 'm happy to say we just got in this totally amazing Slope D Bourgeois as a trade in. It was traded toward another totally amazing Bourgeois - JOM Walnut - Cedar. It's two coolest special feature are hide glue construction and Aged Tone Spruce top. The light weight of this guitar is remarkable and hence so is the resonance. It really is a banjo killer! The Bourgeois slope...
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2013 Bourgeois Aged Tone Slope D Mahogany

$3,995
Dead Mint Condition I 'm happy to say we just got in this totally amazing Slope D Bourgeois as a trade in. It was traded toward another totally amazing Bourgeois - JOM Walnut - Cedar. It's two coolest special feature are hide glue construction and Aged Tone Spruce top. The light weight of this guitar is remarkable and hence so is the resonance. It really is a banjo killer! The Bourgeois slope...
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Teo Electrice 12 String Ocatve Guitar

$895
Dead Mint Condition So, you like to play electric 12 string but they're just not jangly enough for you? Well here's the solution. I tiny short scale electric 12 string guitar that is likely to make your ears bleed. Kinda like an electric mandolin with 4 extra strings. I suppose you could set it up with only four course and kaboom! You have a mandolin. It's a very cool looking and sounding...
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Epiphone Mando Bird IV

$195
Epiphone has taken a page out of the Fender book with this solid body four string version of the Mando Caster. Tuned just like a mandolin, but with 4 instead of 8 strings this is a great instrument for the guitarist looking to expand his horizons of a beginner looking to get his foot in the Mando Door. The Mandobird IV is a one-of-a-kind Epiphone classic that combines rich mahogany tonewood...
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Epiphone (Korea) ES335 DOT '59 Reissue Ltd. Ed.

$495
9.9 of 10 condition (1 noticeable scratch) A lovely 335 reissue that beats the standard Epiphone quality by a country mile. Most excellent feel and playabilty and at this price who can argue with that. Semi-hollowbody Laminated maple body and top Body binding Set mahogany neck 22-fret rosewood fretboard Dual humbuckers 3-way pickup selector 2 volume and 2 tone controls LockTone...
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1965 Fender Stratocaster

$12,995
It's all here! Completely original except for the hardshell case. Two pots are changed, but the original are included. It even has the original trem arm and bridge cover. This is a great player too. With a recent pro set she plays like you'd expect from a vintage Strat. The pickups provide a wide range of tonalities from sharp and biting to warm and smooth - to funky spank. This an all around...
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Gold Tone TS-250

$795
Dead Mint Condition Fanciers of the great pre-World War II tenor banjos from the Midwestern USA will certainly recognize this timeless look. The design of the Gold Tone TS-250 was inspired by the most popular vintage tenor banjo ever made. The TS-250 combines exceptional tone with exquisite appearance and features low playing action for easy chording and maximum speed. The authentic pot design...
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Suhr Custom Classic T

$4,032
2-piece Swamp Ash body Swamp Ash top Hand contour only Chambered body Gloss body finish 1 F-hole Wilkinson 3 saddle vintage style bridge Gold plated hardware Tortoise "shorty" pickguard 2 Thornbucker pickups 5-way, volume, tone Roasted Maple neck Satin neck finish Indian Rosewood fretboard 10" - 14" compound radius Mother of Pearl dot position markers 1.650 nut width Suhr locking...
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Gretsch Rancher Dreadnaught Electric

$595
Dead Mint Condition Gretsch Rancher acoustics are back and better than ever! The G5024E Rancher dreadnought is an eminently affordable model with fine construction and appointments, as well as onboard electronics for peerless amplified tone. Premium features include a bound solid spruce top with scalloped "X"-bracing and the classic Rancher bound triangular sound hole, mahogany sides and...
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Danelectro u2 Style Baritone

$495
Dead Mint Condition Too cool to not find a place in every player’s arsenal. The Danelectro '56 Baritone Electric Guitar is tuned down a 4th (B to B) from standard guitar tuning. It features Lipstick pickups that produce rich, round bass tones unlike anything else using simple a master volume, tone and 3-way switch. With a short scale it's easy to play and comes with 24 frets and a cutaway...
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2015 Martin Dreadnaught Junior

$395
ashioned for player comfort, clear powerful tone and easy action, the D Jr. E is reduced to approximately 15/16” of the full Martin 14-fret Dreadnought dimension (14 ¼” width at the lower bout) with an expressive 24” scale length. A solid Sitka spruce top features scalloped ¼” high performance X-bracing with a double asymmetrical tone bar. The back and sides are bookmatched from sapele, and...
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Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul Standard '59 Reissue R9 VOS

$3,995
9.8 of 10 Condition (a few microscopic scratched) 1959 is widely considered to be the pinnacle year for Gibson's mid-century solid body electric guitars, and no 1959 Gibson model is more famous than the sunburst Les Paul Standard. At first a commercial failure, the model was eventually adopted by some the world's greatest guitarists – Jimmy Page, Duane Allman, Mike Bloomfield, Keith Richards,...
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Gretsch (Indonesia) Rancher Dreadnaught G5031 NT

$495
Dead Mint Condition The G5031FT Rancher dreadnought is a distinctive Rancher model, with a sweet iso-chamber mounted Fideli'Tron™ pickup for great amplified tone and performance. BodyBody Material: Solid Spruce Top with Laminated Mahogany Back and SidesBody Shape: DreadnoughtBody Back: Arched Laminated MahoganyBody Sides: Laminated MahoganyBody Top: Solid SpruceBody Finish: Gloss...
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1969 Gibson Super 400CN

$9,995
9.8 of 10 Condition (repro pickguard, pickup covers re-plated chrome, 2 tiny superficial finish dents) Crazy clean and extra flamey!!! Case too. All solid carved woods Flamed Maple back and sides Spruce top Ebony fretboard 18" lower bout 25 1/2" scale 3 5/8 body depth 1 11/16"nut width Soft Venetian cutaway Gold plated hardware Pearl slashed block position markers Twin floating...
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1956 Gibson ES-125

$1,895
Very Good Plus Condition (finish crazing overall, moderate superficial scratching overall, replaced tuners - originals included) Gibson's ES-125 was introduced in 1941 replacing the ES100 in their line. Production was halted in 1943 because of the war effort and it was reintroduced as a 16" archtop with a P-90 featuring adjustable polepieces in 1949 and was officially discontinued in 1970. The...
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2016 Martin 00-15E Retro

$1,495
Dead Mint Condition The 00-15E Retro is the first 00-14 fret instrument in the successful Retro Series product family. This acoustic-electric, non-cutaway model features a solid mahogany top, back and sides and the top is finished with a visually distinctive 15-style burst. Equipped with our popular SP Lifespan strings and Fishman F1 Aura+ electronics, the 00-15E Retro will appeal to players...
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Waterloo WL-14-X TR

$1,935
The WL-14 is the flagship model of the Waterloo guitar line and the inspiration that started it all. Keeping true to the design and style of the era, the WL-14 is available in "ladder" bracing (L) as well as "X" bracing (X) (this one is an X-braced one). The ladder bracing option provides woody and open tone, with midrange honk that's perfect for fingerstyle blues. The "X" braced version retains...
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1967 Gretsch Tennessean

$1,995
Fair Condition (Replaced bridge (tune-o-matic style) replaced tuners (Sperzel locking) one replace knob (modern Gretsch) weather crazing overall, some binding deterioration mostly on the heel cap, refretted by Flip Scipio) One of three Chet Atkins models offered by Gretsch in the 1960's. The Tennessean, along with the Country Gentleman attained crazy popularity because of it's association not...
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Fender Stratocaster VG

$995
Dead Mint Condition You no longer need to choose between a virtual guitar and a real guitar. The Fender VG Stratocaster is both”everything you'd expect from a Fender Strat, and a whole lot more! Lurking beneath its classic Strat exterior are 37 sounds based on Strat, Tele, humbucker Strat and acoustic, as well as 6 tunings, but the aesthetic and cosmetic of the Strat remains intact. Even...
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1989 Fender (Japan) 1060's Stratocaster

$995
A stunning example of how good a job the Japanese were doing with Fender Reissues at the turn of the 1980's to 90's. This thing plays every bit as good , if not better than it's Americas cousins. And the condition is insane. It's as good as new. Probably, at least in part, because of the hardshell case someone fitted it with. They usually came in gig bags. Alder body Maple neck Indian...
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1966 Fender Mustang

$1,895
Excellent Original Condition (includes original bridge cover and trem arm - which were both almost always lost, small are of paint loss near output jack, light finish crazing overall, light finish scratching overall) When I first played a Mustang in the mid 1960's (there, I've dated myself) my though was " how could this inexpensive, diminutive guitar sound better than some of the way more...
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2012 Sadowsky Jim Hall Signature Model

$3,595
The Jim Hall signature represents Roger Sadowsky's first foray into archtop making and was designed in close conjunction with Jim himself, so it really exemplifies Mr. Halls thought on what is a great archtiop for himself. After several prototypes, Roger refined the Jim Hall Guitar by reducing the thickness of the top and back to provide a more acoustic response. He reduced the depth of the body...
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