Fender Coronado II Sunburst

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DKK 23995

Woodstock Guitars

Introduced in the mid-1960s, the Fender Coronado series was Fender’s ambitious foray into the hollowbody guitar realm.

Departing from their solidbody norm, the Coronado’s unique design, featuring F-holes and a thin, double-cutaway body, was intended to compete with arch-rival Gibson’s successful hollowbody models.

This 1966 example in vibrant cherry sunburst is in all-original condition, and has the very desirable checkerboard-style binding, a rarely seen feature on these models. Includes non-original case.


Year: 1966
Body: Maple
Neck: Maple
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Scale Length: 25.5 inches
Pickups: Original DeArmond-made Fender-branded single coils
Binding: Checkerboard-style
Finish: (Original) Sunburst
Case: Non-original case included

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