Ithaca Guitar Works
215 North Cayuga Street
In The DeWitt Mall

Ithaca, New York 14850
Phone: (607)272-2602




Store  Hours: 


  Mondays       10:00am - 5:30pm

  Tuesday        10:00am - 5:30pm

  Wednesdays 10:00am - 5:30pm

  Thursdays     10:00am - 8:00pm

  Fridays         10:00am - 8:00pm

  Saturdays     10:00am - 5:30pm

  Sundays        12 noon - 4:00pm




Tickets and Events:

Friday, June 28th thru Sunday June 29th

Thursday July 18th Thru Sunday July 21st 

Thursdays 6-8pm June 20th Thru September 12th


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for more ticket information, Policies, Instructors, A Short History, Glossary, Links, What's my stuff worth? and more! Scroll down the page for Jams, Open Mics and




Celebrity Visitors:

Lake Street Dive 7/2014

Martin Simpson 6/2014

Keb' Mo' 5/2014

David Boreanaz 5/2013

Nick Forster 5/2013

Billy Bragg 4/2013

Taylor Road Show 4/2010

moe. 1/2010

Stacey Phillips 10/2009

Bill Frisell 8/2009

Steve Earle visits 9/2008

Chris at Big Pink 7/2008

Doc Watson & David Holt





Monday, June 24th 2019


is Pierre Fournier's (1906), John Bailes' (1918), Lester Williams' (1920), Oz Bach's (1939), Arthur Brown's (1942),

Jeff Beck's, John "Charlie" Whitney's and Chris Wood's [Christopher Gordon Blandford Wood] (1944), Colin Blunstone's (1945), Mick Fleetwood's [Michael John Kells Fleetwood] (1947), Patrick Moraz's (1948), John Illsley's (1949), Michael Coleman's and Tad Robinson's (1956), Jeff Cease's and Richard Z. Kruspe's (1967), Derrick "Duckie" Simpson's

(1950), Astro's [Terence Wilson] (1957), Levi Roots' [Keith Valentine Graham Bilal Musa] (1958), Andy McCluskey's (1959), Curt Smith's (1961), Emppu Vuorinen's (1978) and

Solange Knowles' (1986) birthday.



Recent Arrivals:




1978 Fender Stratocaster USA

1985 Gibson Les Paul Studio

1986 Gibson Les Paul Standard

1989 Taylor 615 Maple Jumbo

1999 Hofner Jazzica Special

2009 Rickenbacker 360-12

2011 Gibson Les Paul Standard Traditional

2013 Fender Stratocaster, American Standard

2015 Martin D-28 (3 more used and 4 new)


           Vintage Fender Bass hoard:

  • Fender Mustang, 1966

  • Fender Jazz Bass, 1975

  • Fender Precision Fretless, 1976

  • Fender Mustang, 1976

Six (6) Lefties!

  • Left Handed Fender Stratocasters (2)

  • Left Handed Fender Acoustics (2)

  • Left Handed Fender Kurt Cobain Jaguar

  • Left Handed Martin DCPA4


Our second hand selection includes brands like Bedell, Dobro, Epiphone, Gibson, Godin, Harmony, Ibanez, Kay, Music Man, Ovation, Peavey,  PRS, Reverend, Rickenbacker, Santa Cruz, Takamine, Washburn, Yamaha & many more.



All our new and used instruments are completely set up, are covered by our minimum two year minimum warranty, come with 90 days of free adjustments and used instruments (only) have a guaranteed trade-in.


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Call or email us anytime when you're looking for that hard-to-find musical instrument or better yet please stop by our store for all your guitar needs when you're visiting Ithaca, New York in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York 

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Ithaca Guitar Works is located in "gorges" Ithaca, New York. We buy, sell, trade & consign vintage, used, new & collectible electric guitars, acoustic guitars, amplifiers, electric basses, acoustic basses, pedals, effects, stompboxes, banjos, mandolins, dobros, lap steel guitars, fiddles, violins, resophonic & resonator guitars. Looking for the perfect Gibson ES-335, Les Paul, SG, Firebird, Explorer, Flying "V" Hummingbird, Dove, J-45, Chet Atkins. Perhaps your taste plays towards a Fender Stratocaster, Telecaster, Broadcaster, Esquire or Mustang. We have electric mandolins for newgrass & bluegrass. Don't forget our large selection of Epiphone, D'Angelico, Parker, National, Danelectro, Deering, Rainsong, Guild, Crate & Dan Armstrong.