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1967 Fender Coronado II Wildwood I

Regular price $ 3,650.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $ 3,650.00 USD
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For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 1967 Fender Coronado II Wildwood I.

 Akin to Gibson's ES-330 but with a voice all its own, Fender's Coronado II features a pair of DeArmond single-coil pickups over a semi-hollow body with a tremolo attachment on the tailpiece. The Wildwood moniker refers to Fender's process of dying the trees they'd use to build these guitars, with different Roman numerals referring to which shade of dye was used. In the case of this Wildwood I, the green dye that was used has faded a bit but still shows through in addition to the natural grain of the wood.

This 1967 Coronado II Wildwood I is in excellent condition with fully functioning electronics and a slim C-neck profile. The tone of this guitar is very mellow with the tone off and is well suited to jazz, but can also pick up the energy with a crisp, jangly tone as you open it up. Included with the original case is the guitar's tremolo arm and original owner's manual.

Condition: Excellent

Serial Number: 205667

Case: Original Hardshell Case

*This guitar is consigned so please no trades, but please feel free to make a reasonable offer. Payments without fees are preferred (Venmo, wire transfer, cash or check).

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