Alder body, hand contour only, chambered with F-hole, Wilkinson 3- saddle chopped T bridge, chrome plated hardware, tortoiseshell pickguard, gloss body and satin neck finishes, Maple neck, Indian Rosewood fretboard, extra tint on neck, Even C Medium neck carve (.840″ – .920″) 9″ – 12″ compound radius, 22 medium stainless steel frets, clay dots, 1.650 nut width, Suhr locking tuners, Suhr gig bag included

Golden Age has moved to a new location!

Well Golden age has finally done it. We’ve moved to a bigger, better, more beautiful location! We are now at 266 East Broad Street in Westfield NJ 07090. The phone and e-mail remain unchanged (908 301-0001 and A little bit of history on the building; this building was built in 1906 as Westfield’s first public library, using funds supplied by an Andrew Carnegie endowment. Several additions were made over the years well after the new library opened and this building became a commercial property: a top floor was added as an apartment for the new owner Felice Cohen.From the 1950’s forward Mrs. Cohen operated the main space as Felice, a very exclusive boutique providing the well to do matrons of the area with the finest most up-to-date fashions of the time. Mrs. Cohen operated Felice until 2015 at which time the business was shuttered and remained empty until now. Mrs. Cohen is still with us at 100 years of age. The new space is literally four times the size of the old South Avenue West space and is as elegant as the prior usage would suggest. It is replete with fireplace lighted display cabinets and twin Greek columns.

  Since we have the extra space Golden Age is working on monthly in store jams as well as workshops and clinics showcasing some of today’s top players and instructors. 
   Another plus is the new neighborhood. Being now located on Westfield’s exclusive north side there are loads of thing to do within walking distance. Dining and drinking choices abound, as well as all kinds of retail (for all the guitar widows).

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