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  • Fender Coronado Bass II 1968 - Bajo Electrico 4 cuerdas
  • Fender Coronado Bass II 1968 - Bajo Electrico 4 cuerdas
  • Fender Coronado Bass II 1968 - Bajo Electrico 4 cuerdas
  • Fender Coronado Bass II 1968 - Bajo Electrico 4 cuerdas
  • Fender Coronado Bass II 1968 - Bajo Electrico 4 cuerdas
  • Fender Coronado Bass II 1968 - Bajo Electrico 4 cuerdas
  • Fender Coronado Bass II 1968 - Bajo Electrico 4 cuerdas
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Fender Coronado Bass II 1968

Precio habitual
€3.500,00 EUR
Precio habitual
Precio de venta
€3.500,00 EUR
Wildwood finish, hollow body with a bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fingerboard with binding and pearl blocks. 30 "scale. 2 pickups with volume and tone for each. It's all original and 100% complete. All electronics and hardware are in good working order. It has a very straight neck with good frets.
The Coronado, originally introduced in 1966, was Fender’s first hollow-body instrument line including both basses and guitars. The instruments were designed by Roger Rossmeisl, who previously worked at Rickenbacker. The line ultimately had a fairly short life span, ending in 1972, hence its vintage fandom.

Specs:
Doublebound semiacoustic body with 2x bound F-holes,
Nice comfortable 1-piece mapleneck,
Bound rosewood veneer fretboard with 21 frets,
1x original DeArmond singlecoil pickup,
4x original Schaller open-back tuners,
Adjustable roller-bridge