Fender Coronado II 1967 Wildwood

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  • $1,685$2,570

Designed by Roger Rossmeisl who came onto Fender after the CBS buyout, the Coronado series was Fender's first attempt to get into the hollowbody market dominated by Gibson, Gretsch, and other makers. The Coronado was available in a few different configurations, and the Coronado II included two single-coil pickups built by DeArmond and block inlays on a bound neck. Like the Fender acoustics that were introduced in this era, the Coronado failed to attract attention from players and was totally dropped by 1971.

Years of Production: 1966 - 1969

Body Style: Hollowbody 

Wood Composition: Beechwood body, Maple neck with Rosewood fingerboard

Design Elements: Bolt-on neck, block inlays, bound neck, f-holes optional tremolo system

Finish Specifications: Wildwood finishes were the result of Fender pre-dying birch trees prior to harvesting. 

Notable Players: Jimmy Vaughan, Dave Davies

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