1967 Fender Coronado Bass ii
This first year 1967 Cherry Red Fender Coronado Bass has a huge amount of sounds and tones.
It is in good condition, especially for its age. Beatifully aged and just simply a super cool looking and sounding bass. Neck is straight, electronics work properly and the frets are in good shape.
The USA made Fender Coronado Bass II was introduced in 1967 and only made for just a few years.
This bass has a serial number (205565) which makes it 1967 in Fullerton, presumably making it one of the first Coronado basses manufactured by Fender at a time when CBS owned Fender but nothing had actually changed yet. Same craftsmen, same factory, same parts.
The bass has a double rounded cutaway semi-hollow bound maple body with an arched top, two bound F-holes and two finger rests.It’s bolt-on maple neck has a 21-fret bound rosewood fingerboard with block inlays. It has a “tune-a-matic bridge and a striking trapeze tailpiece with an ebony insert and a pearl “F” inlay. The two single coil pickups are controlled by two volume knobs, two tone knobs and a three-way selector switch. Chrome hardware.
Comes with gig bag.