The Fender Duo-Sonic II, only produced for four years in the mid-to-late '60s, was the dual-pickup counterpart of the Fender Musicmaster, which were both some of Fender's first student-specific guitars. The original Duo-Sonic had a shorter scale length, though the Duo-Sonic II had a 24" scale length. However, the Duo-Sonic II was still considered a student level guitar at its shorter price point and without a significant amount of appointments.

Product Specs

  • Duo Sonic II
  • Dakota Red
  • Olympic White
  • 1964 - 1969
Made In
  • United States
Body Features
  • Offset
Body Shape
  • Double Cutaway
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Number of Strings
  • 6 String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed

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Reviews for the Fender Duo-Sonic II Electric Guitar
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  • 66 Fender Duo Sonic

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    After putting some fresh 11s on this phenomenal guitar I have been blown away by the tone, action and feel of this guitar. I had heard great things about these short scale, 60s necks and it is true. Mine is an amazing neck stamped May of 66, feels incredible and it's a joy to play. Blues, Pink Floy…

  • Fender Duo Sonic 1966 -

    Verified Purchase

    I had been played Fender stratocaster all my life; last week when I plagued in this monster I never expected to be so impress with this mojo sound real 1960 for little money. You people can be sure about this piece of history can be played all over the world if you are on tour or recording 24 ho…

  • Great Hardtail Style Mustang!~

    Love these little guys, they have an awesome strat feel.. 1964's-1965's

  • Duo-Sonic 1964

    Verified Purchase

    Superb action and magnificent for surf. Clean tones and great for players with smaller hands.