Well Strung Guitars
Well Strung Team
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Upon receipt, if you are dissatisfied with your purchase, you must notify WSG within 24 hours. We will refund your money as soon as the merchandise is returned to us in the same condition as when it shipped out. The customer is responsible for all shipping, insurance, and bank fees that may be incurred throughout the return process. All returns must be packaged in the same materials that the guitar was sent out to ensure the safety of the instrument. All claims regarding loss or damage are the responsibility of the purchaser.

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1971 Fender Telecaster Ocean Turquoise Metallic

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Description A drop dead gorgeous 1971 Fender Telecaster in the very rare Ocean Turquoise Metallic finish! Like the majority of the Fender Custom Colors, Ocean Turquoise Metallic was an automotive paint used on Mercury cars in the mid 1960s, and was sparsely used by Fender from 1965 until its discontinuation in 1971. As with all blue finishes with a clear coat, the guitar has gracefully aged into...
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1954 Fender Esquire Blond

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Description An absolutely stunning 1954 Fender Esquire in Blond with an unbelievable vibe! The Esquire was Fender’s very first Electric Spanish guitar in 1950, and was an instant success for the budding company. It wasn’t until late 1954 into 1955 that noticeable changes came to the Esquire and Telecaster models. This particular guitar retains many of the early fittings, such as a flat pole...
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1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom

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Description A classic 1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom in Cherry Sunburst! Gibson changed the construction of the Les Paul models several times since its return in 1968, and the Custom was no exception. This example features a nicely figured three-piece maple top, and a solid one-piece mahogany back, and a three-piece maple neck. The entire guitar is framed beautifully in a bright cherry sunburst,...
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1971 Fender Telecaster Lake Placid

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Description This beautiful 1971 Fender Telecaster is shown here in Lake Placid Blue with a factory Bigsby. This guitar is fully original with the exception of an added string tree. This piece has a maple neck and fingerboard. The condition of this guitar would be described as excellent. This Telecaster will be packed and shipped in its original hardshell case. If you have any questions, please...
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Gibson Les Paul Goldtop

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Description Here we have an original 1968 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop! Due to lackluster sales, Gibson phased out the traditional Les Paul body shape in 1961, and introduced the double cutaway SG body style with Les Paul branding to help boost sales. No single cutaway Les Paul models were made from 1961, until their reintroduction in 1968. Gibson used specs from their 1956 model for these reissues,...
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1968 Fender Esquire Firemist

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Description A wonderfully well loved and original 1968 Fender Esquire in Firemist Silver Metallic! Firemist Silver replaced Inca Silver in 1965, and had more blue in the overall mix. This hue and the yellowing of the finish gives us this absolutely delightful minty shade of silver! The neck is beautifully worn-in, with the back profile a nice medium C carve. The body has a nice patina, with...
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1968 Fender Bass VI

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Description Something you don’t see every day, a 1968 Fender Bass VI in Black with matching headstock! The Bass VI was introduced in 1961, and borrowed a lot of design elements from Fender’s other off-set guitars, such as the Jaguar and Jazzmaster. The pickups were essentially the same as the Jaguar, and also borrowed the same floating tremolo from its guitar counterpart as well. This particular...
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1967 Rickenbacker 360/12

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Description A wonderfully clean and original 1967 Rickenbacker 360/12 in Fireglo! In the mid-60s, Rickenbacker was soaring high with artists like George Harrison and Roger McGuinn turning out hit after hit with the help of their “jangly” Rickenbackers. With a revolutionary headstock design, and far from ordinary construction and materials, Rickenbacker certainly stood out from other guitar...
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1967 Gibson Trini Lopez Standard

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Description Here’s something you don’t see every day, an all original 1967 Gibson Trini Lopez model in Black! In 1963, Les Paul’s endorsement contract with Gibson expired, and Gibson was desperate for new popular artists to use their guitars and be seen with them. Before signing Lopez, Gibson signed on artists Johnny Smith, Barney Kessel, and Tal Farlow, and produced signature guitars for each....
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1966 Gibson EB-2 Special

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Description You won’t see many of these, and we’re certainly proud to have this all original 1966 Gibson EB-2 Special in Black! This was a custom order from Gibson to feature an ebony fretboard and ES-355 style binding, and we haven’t come across another like it! While the EB-2 was Gibson’s second electric bass, the follow up to the violin-shaped EB-1 from 1953, the EB-2 was indeed Gibson’s first...
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1966 Epiphone Casino

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Description A truly stunning and original 1966 Epiphone Casino in classic Sunburst finish! For all intents and purposes, this example is essentially identical to the famed 1965 Epiphone Casino used by John Lennon! Both John and George purchased 1965 Casinos, inspired by McCartney’s use of the earlier 1962 model. George’s guitar was fitted with a chrome Bigsby, while Lennon’s used a standard...
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1965 Fender Jazz Bass Firemist

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Description An incredible 1965 Fender Jazz Bass in the rare Firemist Silver with matching headstock! After nearly a decade after creating and dominating the solid-body bass market with the Precision, Fender decided it was time to introduce a deluxe bass model to their catalog. In the summer of 1960, the wonderful curves of the Jazz Bass were available for purchase for the first time. The string...
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1963 Gibson Firebird III

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Description A remarkable first year 1963 Gibson Firebird III in Cherry! Gibson tried releasing “radical” shaped guitars with the Flying V and Explorer in the late 1950s, but the results were disappointing to say the least. Just five years later, Gibson would try again with a new neck-through design in various tiers and offerings; the Firebird. Designed by automotive veteran Ray Dietrich, the...
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Gibson Everly Brothers

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Description A wonderfully original 1963 Gibson “Everly Brothers” Model Flat-top in Black! The Everly Brothers saw extraordinary success in the 1950s, with hits like “Bye Bye Love,” and “Wake Up Little Susie,” and certainly cemented their fame as one of the greatest musical duos of all time. Their country influenced rock and roll harmonies and rhythmic guitar had a massive influence in the years...
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1963 Fender Jazz Bass

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Description An incredibly clean 1963 Fender Jazz Bass in factory Black with matching headstock! After nearly a decade of dominating the solid-body bass market with the Precision, Fender decided it was time for a deluxe bass model to add to their catalog. In the summer of 1960, the beautiful curves of the Jazz Bass were available for purchase for the first time. The string spacing is slightly...
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1962 Gibson ES-355

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Description An unbelievably beautiful 1962 Gibson ES-355 in original Cherry finish with gold hardware! Most ES-355 we see come standard with a Stereo Varitone control, but this guitar sports a very desirable factory mono jack instead! This rare example also features a gold sideways vibrola, factory gold Grover tuners, and a stunning ebony fretboard with block pearl inlays. The two well balanced...
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1959 Fender Stratocaster

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Description A remarkably clean and original 1959 Fender Stratocaster in Sunburst! The Stratocaster saw a few changes towards the end of the 50s, such as the addition of red to the traditional sunburst to create the three-tone sunburst. The original single-ply 8 screw pickguard is featured on this guitar, while Fender would soon switch to multi-ply guards later in 1959. The finish is in phenomenal...
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1957 Gretsch 6121 Chet Atkins Gretsch Orange

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Description A magnificent example of the super rare 1957 Gretsch 6121 Chet Atkins in Gretsch Orange! The 6121 line was first released in 1955, and was the semi-hollow body version of the extremely popular 6120 Chet Atkins hollow body model. This guitar features a maple body, “humptop” inlays, Bigsby with roller bridge and a metal nut. The Gretsch Orange makes this one striking piece, with hardly...
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1956 Gretsch Sparkle Jet (6129

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Description A show stopping, original 1956 Gretsch 6129 Sparkle Jet in Silver Sparkle! Gretsch originally started primarily as a drum and banjo company, and slowly made their way into producing arch tops, and other guitar styles to increase growth. Gretsch’s past experiences with drums was ever present, as the sparkle tops on the Sparkle Jets were actually drum casing rather than paint! Two...
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1956 Gibson Les Paul Special TV Yellow

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Description A fabulous 1956 Gibson Les Paul Special in TV Yellow! Released as the two pickup version of the Junior model, both were aimed at beginner players, but make no bones about it they could handle a whole lot more! This particular guitar is a very fine example of an excellent player, with a fantastic full neck shape, comfortable low action, and original frets in good condition! The guitar...
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1972 Fender Thinline Telecaster (Series II) Candy Apple

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Description A striking 1972 Fender Thinline Telecaster (Series II) in Candy Apple Red! 1972 was the first year for the second series of the Thinline Tele line, which saw some changes such as the addition of two humbucking pickups. These new pickups were known as “CuNiFe” pickups, and were designed by none other than, now Fender employee, Seth Lover. The pickups deliver crisp clarity, and in...
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1972 Fender Custom Telecaster w

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Description A gorgeous 1972 Fender Custom Telecaster in Olympic White and Black Tuxedo binding, with Bigsby! The guitar is in phenomenal condition, and it’s obvious it was very well maintained and cared for. The beautifully sculpted neck fills the hand with a solid C carve, and the fretboard finish is also in great shape! The frets are adequate, with wear along the cowboy chord area, but still...
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1953 Fender Telecaster Blond

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Description We never get tired of seeing original Blackguards, just like this 1953 Fender Telecaster in original blond finish! This guitar has been well loved and used, as reflected in the beautiful patina and marks around the body. This particular example has all of the earlier Telecaster characteristics before a host of changes in 1954, such as serial number stamped into the bridge plate, round...
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1968 Gibson ES-335

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Description An exceptionally unique 1968 Gibson ES-335 with original factory Green Sunburst finish! This guitar was special ordered in this unique configuration, and is the only one we’ve seen like it! The back of the guitar is also sprayed in a burst pattern, with the neck and sides finished in the same beautiful green. It features a chrome trapeze tailpiece, and ABR-1 with nylon saddles. The...
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1967 Gibson ES-330TD Inverness

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Description An unbelievably striking 1967 Gibson ES-330TD in the original Inverness Green finish! Inverness Green was a Cadillac paint used by Gibson as a custom color from 1963 until it was discontinued in 1969. This particular guitar has aged beautifully, with minimal signs of age besides the expected finish checking. It features all the mid-to-late 60s appointments, such as witch hat knobs...
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1967 Fender Coronado II Translucent

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Description A wonderfully clean 1967 Fender Coronado II in Translucent Red with a subtle burst of Candy Apple Red! By the mid-1960s, Fender had a firm grasp on the solid bodied guitar market, but did not have any offerings to compete with hollow and semi-hollow guitar makers. With the mighty popularity of the Beatles using hollow bodied guitars, Fender tasked Roger Rossmeisl of Rickenbacker to...
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1965 Fender Stratocaster Olympic White

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Description Here we have a really spectacular 1965 Fender Stratocaster in original Olympic White! What makes this guitar so special is that it’s one of the earlier examples to feature a “maple cap” fretboard with the traditional smaller headstock! Fender had been using rosewood veneer for several years for their fretboards, but experimented with a maple veneer in the mid-60s. It wasn’t until 1966...
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1957 Fender Esquire

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Description A wonderfully rare and original 1957 Fender Esquire in Sunburst! The vast majority of ash Esquires from that era were finished in Blond, but a small batch of Esquires were finished with a two-tone sunburst. The Esquires in Sunburst were quickly discontinued that year, making this guitar a great, clean example from that very rare batch! The neck is in fantastic condition, with a nice...
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1971 Fender Stratocaster Firemist Gold Metallic

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Description A gorgeous all original 1971 Fender Stratocaster in rare Firemist Gold Metallic! Firemist Gold replaced Shoreline Gold in 1965, and was used as a custom color until it was discontinued in the early 70s. This guitar also has a great story about its original owner! The guitar was custom ordered in 1970 by Buffalo based Blues guitarist, Robert “Count Rabbit” Robinson! In 1959, Robinson...
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1962 Fender Stratocaster Fiesta

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Description Here we have a stunning 1962 Fender Stratocaster in original Fiesta Red! The early 60s saw a few changes from Fender’s manufacturing process. In an effort to save money and conserve wood, Fender started producing necks with a “veneer” of rosewood for the fretboard, instead of a thicker “slab” style. This particular example has the more desirable “slab” board, with clay dot inlays that...
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