Well Strung Guitars
Well Strung Team
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Farmingdale, New York
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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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1954 Fender Telecaster Blond

$33,995
Description Here we have one of those instruments that I need only a few words to describe.It’s a 1954 white guard Fender Telecaster in a Blond finish. You couldn’t ask for a more beautiful, more original, or greater playing and sounding guitar! This 1954 white guard Tele is in almost as-new condition. Its incredible neck not only feels and plays incredible, it was made from a crazy beautiful...
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1955 Fender Esquire Blond

$19,995
Description A 1955 white guard Blond Esquire! What an amazing find! This one’s been played but retains its originality including its Koylon tweed/red lining case. Every feature of this great guitar works as intended. Just under 8 lbs and sounds and plays amazing. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 516-221-0563. We'd be happy to give you an in-hand description of the guitar. All...
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1966 Fender Precision Bass Firemist

$23,995
Description 1966 Fender Precision Bass in original custom color Firemist Silver Metallic! Wow, truly one of the coolest (and rarest) Fender colors and it looks amazing on this P Bass. Firemist Silver really changes depending on the light its photographed in. This beauty features a rosewood fingerboard, pearl dots, and a transition logo. It is in great shape and only shows minimal playwear and...
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1965 Fender Jaguar Lake Placid

$8,495
Description Just in is a wonderful 1965 Fender Lake Placid Blue Jaguar. This one is all original with one of the most beautiful rosewood fretboards we have ever seen. Everything on this guitar works as intended and the Lake Placid Blue finish is still vibrant on this guitar. The clear coat has not yellowed a bit. The guitar has a wonderful neck and plays really nice. Plenty of meat left on the...
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1961 Gibson Les Paul Special

$9,995
Description Our reaction when we opened the original "Gator” chip board case was, “OMG what a beauty!” It’s a 1961 Gibson Les Paul Special in a beautiful, vibrant, unfaded Cherry finish. This guitar was not played much and has that great flat ’60’s neck profile. There’s no wear to the frets and everything on this all original guitar works as intended…not to mention a beautiful Brazilian...
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1961 Fender Telecaster Blond

$23,995
Description This one’s got it all. 1961 Fender Telecaster, blond finish, beautiful Brazilian rosewood slab fretboard, original brown case, 2 hang tags and the original strap…whew! Don’t miss this all original guitar. It’s been played and loved some, but has a great vibe, plenty of life left in the frets, and plays and sounds great. If you have any questions, please give us a call at...
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1960 Gibson Les Paul Junior TV Yellow

$13,995
Description One of our favs. A 1960 Gibson Les Paul Double Cut TV Junior! This one is all original and weighs just 7 1/4 lbs. Cosmetically, it has some finish checking and some edge wear, but overall this guitar looks amazing. This example has the ’60’s style, wider/flatter feel neck, original frets with plenty of meat left, and original tuners. Everything works as intended. It retains its...
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1964 Fender Stratocaster Lake Placid

$32,995
Description This 1964 Lake Placid Blue Stratocaster is a collectible custom color guitar for the player and collector. It’s all original and has a beautiful Lake Placid Blue finish…what a great color! Features include a green guard, rosewood fingerboard, and transition logo. It has a few minor dings on the face, and some edge wear. The original owner must have worn a big ass belt buckle. He wore...
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1960 Gibson ES-335TD

$46,995
Description Wow! Just in, this truly exquisite 1960 Gibson ES-335 in a Sunburst finish. This pristine beauty was originally owned by Margaret Cox. How do we know that? It sports the special order Mono Plak silver truss rod cover with Margaret’s name engraved on it. This guitar is all original and has not been played much. Naturally, it retains its two iconic PAF humbucking pickups. Everything...
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1960 Fender Esquire

$19,995
Description 1960 Fender Esquire. This Esquire features a "slab" rosewood fingerboard, clay dots, "spaghetti" logo, and a blond finish. This one has been professionally played and it shows. There's no doubt that this is one great sounding Esquire! This beauty is all original and comes with a newer form fit case. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 516-221-0563. We'd be happy to...
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1962 Gibson ES-330

$9,995
Description Here we have a beautiful, all original 1962 Gibson ES-330 in an immaculate Cherry finish. These guitars are totally hollow bodied and sport two smokin’ “dog-ear” P-90 pickups. The neck is joined at the 16th fret. This example has that awesome P-90 sound and plays like butter. It will ship in its original brown chip-board case (with red plush interior), and will be professionally...
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1956 Gibson Les Paul TV Special

$13,995
Description Can’t get enough of these TV guitars. Again, this goes with Gibson’s idea to offer a less expensive price point to the Les Paul. There was the Junior, and here we have the two pickup version, the Special…and a great Les Paul Special it is, in a TV yellow or “Limed Mahogany” finish. This one is all original and has been played some. It’s a monster and deserves to be played. Some minor...
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1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior

$12,995
Description The Les Paul Junior was introduced in 1954. It was Gibson’s idea to offer a more cost-effective version of the Les Paul guitar and it became a very popular addition to their line. This example is a 1958 “TV” or limed oak (actually mahogany) finished model. These were introduced in 1955 as hype for the Les Paul and Mary Ford TV Show. This guitar is in great shape with a vibrant yellow...
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1957 Fender Stratocaster

$29,995
Description It’s really difficult to not love a 1957 Fender two-tone sunburst, maple neck Stratocaster. This one is no exception. By its third year of production, Leo Fender and his team had already made some changes. The Strat had an alder body, not ash, and different degrees of a “v” shaped neck depending on Tadeo Gomez’s mood. This all original 1957 Stratocaster is in good condition. The...
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1956 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$41,995
Description The Gibson Les Paul Custom was introduced in 1953 as a more luxurious model to the standard Gibson Les Paul Model. The Custom featured an all-mahogany body (no maple top), and a mahogany neck with an ebony fretboard. It has block inlays and a “Super 400” style split diamond inlay in the headstock. It sports all gold hardware, and one P-90 pickup in the bridge position and one newly...
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1956 D'Angelico Excel Cutaway

$34,995
Description This 1956 Excel cutaway was made by John D’Angelico in his NYC shop during its heyday in the 1950s. John D’Angelico was known as the king of guitar builders with his custom crafted Archtop guitars. They were the best money could buy. With its 17” bout, the Excel created piano like tones along with fantastic tonal balance. This particular guitar was built for Charles Koller, a New York...
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1965 Fender Jazz Bass Dakota

$23,995
Description 1965 Fender Jazz Bass in its original Dakota Red finish. Dakota Red is one of the rarer Fender custom colors and it looks fantastic on this bass! This bass has seen lots of play-wear in its lifetime, which is why we love it so much! Features include a matching headstock and a rosewood board with pearl dots and no binding. Comes with its original hardshell case. If you have any...
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1957 Fender Electric

$4,495
Description 1957 Fender Electric Mandolin commonly referred to as the "Mandocaster". This definitely wins the award for cutest Fender! This Mandocaster has seen some play wear over the years but it sounds great! It has the classic v-shaped '57 neck profile. There is a photo of the original owner, "Babe", playing this mandolin in his band called The Westerners. Also included is the original band...
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1962 Fender Stratocaster Fiesta

$74,995
Description 1962 left handed Fender Stratocaster in custom color Fiesta Red. This is a rare bird! Back in 1961, the original owner of this guitar walked into his local music store to buy a Jazzmaster in Fiesta Red. The only problem? He was left-handed. Fender had not started to make left handed Jazzmasters yet so the local salesman suggested he order a Stratocaster. Being a big Ventures fan, the...
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1965 Fender Precision Bass Fiesta

$16,495
Description 1965 Fender Precision Bass in original custom color Fiesta Red! Fiesta Red is one of the rarer Fender custom colors and this is a great example. This bass has played its fair share of gigs over the years. We understand why because it's a fantastic sounding bass and hard to put down! It is all original comes with its original hardshell case. If you have any questions, please give us a...
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1987 Gibson ES-335 TDN

$3,995
Description Our 1987 Gibson ES-335 is shown here in its original and highly flamed Blonde finish. It features two humbucking pickups and nickel hardware. The maple bodied guitar is adorned with a mahogany neck and a bound rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays. This guitar is all original with no modifications. It will be shipped in its original hardshell case. If you have any questions, please...
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1965 Gibson ES-330

$4,995
Description This 1965 Gibson ES-330 features an extremely attractive, original Iced Tea Sunburst finish. It is adorned with two P-90 pickups, a trapeze tailpiece, and block inlays on the rosewood fingerboard. This model’s neck joint is at 16th fret. This piece has a full maple body (top, back, neck and sides). It showcases minimal wear throughout and will be shipped in a chipboard case. If you...
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1954 Gretsch 6128 Duo Jet

$6,995
Description The Gretsch Duo Jet shown here is just the second year of production (1954) for this model and walked into our shop from the son of the original owner. It features the “T-top” Gretsch logo, a mahogany body, a Melita bridge and two D’Armond pickups. The top on this guitar is made from a Nitron plastic drum material to achieve the black finish, rather than the more commonly used black...
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1962 Fender Jaguar

$7,995
Description A stunning example of a first-year Fender Jaguar in its original Sunburst finish. This beauty is all-original and exhibits only minimal play wear. It's a great sounding Jag that is also very comfortable to play. It comes with the original hang tag (matching serial number), instruction manual, strap, and rare pick pouch! It will be shipped in its original hardshell case. If you have...
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2016 Gretsch G6120 RHH

$2,900
Description 2016 Gretsch G6120 RHH. We love the western motif inlays and all the special features of this model designed specifically for Jim Heath, AKA the Reverend Horton Heat, "godfather of modern rockabilly and psychobilly.” “The G6120RHH Reverend Horton Heat model is built to the Rev.’s own specs and rocks a distinctive combination of 1955-style Gretsch western motifs and 1958-style pickups...
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2008 Gretsch G100CE

$800
Description 2008 Gretsch G100CE in almost unplayed condition. “Reminiscent of the early Synchromatic™ of the 1940s, the G100CE Synchromatic Cutaway acoustic-electric features an arched spruce top with parallel tone bar bracing, body binding, F-holes, three-piece maple neck, bound rosewood fingerboard with extra-broad frets and vintage-style pearloid wide-block inlays, pickguard-mounted volume...
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2015 Gretsch G6120 Brian Setzer

$2,500
Description 2015 Gretsch G6120 BSNV-LVO. Sometimes we think that Long Island, NY native, Brian Setzer may have single handedly resurrected the Gretsch brand! It’s seems only fitting, because the Gretsch company had its heyday while it was building guitars in Brooklyn, NY. Here we have a hardly played Brian Setzer Signature Nashville 6120 guitar. It’s a beauty, it’s orange, it’s got dice knobs!!!...
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2013 Gretsch G6120 LQ SP

$2,500
Description Gretsch G6120 LQ SP made on May 2013. This special model 6120 Chet Atkins was made exclusively for Wildwood Guitars. Below are the specs: Brand: Gretsch Model: Special Run G6120-1959LQ Chet Atkins Finish Color: Vintage Orange Stain Finish Type: Semi Matt Nitrocellulose Lacquer Limited Series: Exclusive to Wildwood Guitars in North America! Top Wood: Laminated Flame Maple Back &...
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1977 Guild X-500

$4,595
Description Guild X-500 from 1977. This is surely the most stunning X-500 we have had in the shop. It is in excellent condition with virtually no play wear. Features include a maple back and sides, a bound spruce top, bound f holes, gold hardware, and a black pickguard. It has one of the nicest flamed maple backs we've ever seen on these guitars! It sounds great and comes with its original...
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1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom

$16,995
Description Just in from the original owner is this early 1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom in Black. This piece features all of the appointments of those built in 1968, including a single piece body, a maple top, no neck volute and a single piece neck or "Made In USA" stamp. We like to call this one a "Christmas Guitar" as the pots date the 50th week of 1968 but it bears a 1969 serial number! Overall,...
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