Vintage original 1966 Fender Electric XII in fantastic condition. These are the best electric 12 Strings you can buy. Purchased from the original owner who took great care of it. Nice and resonant and stays in tune well. Pickups are warm and bright without any harsh. This one is a real good one, don't miss it.
1966 Fender Electric XII, Sunburst, Tortoise guard, Unbound Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, Early demo model stamped “Special”, Low action & exceptional tone, EC+, Hard to find Original Hard case, $3,995
1st year of the most famous XII strings guitar, last creation made by Leo Fender himself!
This one has been played a lot but is still 100% original with the original case.
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One of Leo Fender's last designs put into production, the Electric XII was one of few electric 12-strings built as its own model for 12-string playing (as opposed to a 6-string setup with a 12-string neck). Because of that, the Electric XII remains one of the most functional electric 12-strings, both in the studio and on the stage. It's no wonder so many top players have looked to this guitar for...
10-0533. Excellent condition 12 string. These guitars are way under priced and are true collector pieces. 100 % original, no repairs. Comes with an old Gruhn appraisal. Perfect straight neck ,minimum fret wear.
Retrofret Stock # 6484. Vox Spitfire Model Solid Body Electric Guitar (1966), made in Recanati, Italy, serial # 268034, sunburst polyester finish, pine body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, original grey hard shell case. With the same electronics and hardware as the infamous Phantom and "teardrop" Mark series guitars, the 1960's Vox Spitfire has the same sound but a visually different...
1965 Fender Electric XII guitar. Designed by Leo Fender, the Fender Electric XII was introduced in late 1965. The headstock is different from Fender’s usual 6 on-a-side shape, and is sometimes referred to as a “hockey stick”. Leo Fender’s bridge design for this model is very simple, works well, and may be one of Fender’s best designs of the 1960s. The bridge has an individual saddle for each...
1967 Fender Coronado XII Owned and Played by Jack Reno. Originally from Bloomfield, Iowa Jack Reno played on the Grand Ole Opry in the 1960's and appeared onstage with Waylon Jennings and Dolly Parton. He had numerous hits such as "Hitchin a Ride", "I Want One" and "Repeat After Me" which reached number 10 on Billboard's Hot Country Chart in 1967. This is a complete package that comes with the...
1966 Fender Coronado II Sunburst original case. 2 pick-ups stop tail.
Sounds and plays wonderfully. Attractive patina. 100% original.
Very good condition. Beautiful sunburst.
Famous designer Roger Rossmeisl designed.
GUITAR HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED AND SETUP WITH NEW STRINGS. SAFELY PACKED.
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'66 Musicmaster II, later example with larger headstock, spaghetti logo, rounded tortoise guard, and control plate, maple neck with Brazilian rosewood board and pearl dots, plays beautifully and comes complete with the original hard case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
A real nice example of a 1966 Fender Duo Sonic II in original Daphne Blue finish. Plays and sounds killer! These have become tougher to find, especially in this finish. Neck plays great. Comes with original case, too.
Olympic White, 22.5" scale (yes we know), nitro lacquer finish, nicely faded, unbound Brazilian rosewood fretboard with pearl dot inlays, all original with tortoise guard, single pickup, very cool mid sixties Fender in the original hard case. $1450 Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
A NICE SPECIMEN FOR YOU CORANANDO II FANS. FUN TO PLAY, GREAT NECK. UNIQUE SOUNDS FROM THIS FENDER. SEMI HOLLOWGUITAR. THESE GUITARS ARE HARD TO COME ACROSS IN THIS CONDITION. A NICE COLLECTABLE GUITAR FOR A REASONABLE PRICE OF $1599. SORRY NO CASE ,COMES WITH A GIG BAG.
1966 Fender Coronado II
1966 Fender Coronado II in Antigua finish! 100% original with a straight neck and strong pickups! 1 5/8″ nut width with a skinny neck profile! 25 1/2″ scale length and in excellent condition! This makes a wicked surf guitar and has looks to kill!
Join the Surf Rock World, white finish, neck marked 8 DEC 65B, slab rosewood fretboard, dot markers, 21 frets, 1 single coil pickup, tortoise-w-b pickguard, top load (3 saddle) bridge, 1-9/16'' nut, 24'' scale, with OHSC, EC- (a clean machine except for weather checking), on consignment (SN:118616) Item ID 30U-19406. 13 photos at http://www.elderly.com/vintage/items/30U-19406.htm
EC, body refinished white (pro work done some time ago), neck marked 9 MAY 66A, rosewood fretboard, dot markers, 21 frets, the pickups, pots (date 18th week of '66), 1 switch, bridge, tortoise-w-b pickguard and hardware appear all original, 1 switch and newer (proper repro) tuners installed, good workhorse with a cool vibe, this one got a Duo-Sonic II decal but (alas) it's just a Duo-Sonic,...
10-0525. Fender Coronado I, the original single pickup version. One DeArmond single coil,Maple top back and sides. Bound front and back. 16" wide, 1 11/16" deep, 21 frets. Width at nut 1 5/8", dot inlays, rosewood fingerboard. Awesome condition, some lacquer checking. A nice collectible piece.
Cool little rocker from the mid 60's. This is all original and in pretty good condition. The white finish has turned yellow. Has typical little nicks and dings. Weighs 6.8 pounds. 24 1/4" scale length. 1 single coil pickup version by the neck. 1 volume, 1 tone knobs. Frets are in good shape. Rosewood fingerboard. Set up nice and low with no issues. Comes with a non original hard case.
Up for sale, a 1967 Fender Coronado II Wildwood Bass in excellent condition and in good working order. Boasting a fresh partial refret, level and crown, this Coronado Bass plays extremely well, and is otherwise 100% original. With a pair of stock Coronado pickups produced for Fender by DeArmond (who also made Gretsch's pickups from the 50s and the famed "Gold Foils" for Harmony), this bass has a...
EC, gold and blue/green wildwood finish, thin double bound / double cutaway body, bound f-holes, bolt-on maple neck dated ''19 JUL 67B,'' bound rosewood fretboard, pearloid block inlays, 2 large single coil pickups, 2 volume and 2 tone controls with 3-way switch, black fluted knobs with chrome inserts, w-b-w pickguard with Wildwood III logo, Coronado tremolo tailpiece, headstock features logo,...
Retrofret Stock # 6365. Burns Jazz Split Sound Model Solid Body Electric Guitar (1965), made in London, England, serial # 9200, red/black sunburst Polyester finish, sycamore body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, black chipboard case. The most popular 1960's design from the always-eccentric James Ormston Burns, The Jazz Split Sound is a relatively unsung Beat-Group era classic and a very...
Retrofret Stock # 6103. Vox Mark VI Model Solid Body Electric Guitar (1965), made in Dartford, Kent, England, serial # 69893, white polyester finish, mahogany body; maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, grey hard shell case. One of the all-time great "posing" guitars, the Vox Mark VI is a true 1960's classic, at least in design and visual impact. Unlike nearly all production Vox guitars...
Tommy Castro signed Tele Thinline. Great look, great viibe, and distinctive humbucker growl.
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"Designed by German luthier Roger Rossmeisl in 1968, it was introduced in 1969 and updated with a pair of Fender Wide Range humbucking pickups, Bullet truss-rod and 3-bolt neck fixing in 1972.
The design was originally an attempt to reduce the weight of the solid-body...