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1966 Fender® Electric XII Vintage 12 String Electric Guitar Near Mint

$3,799.99
Up for sale, a 1966 Fender Electric XII in exceptional, 100% original collector-grade condition and in perfect working order. Purposefully built to accept the tension of 12 strings (unlike most 12 string guitars built in the 1960s to capitalize on the burgeoning folk craze and British Invasion), the Fender Electric XII was one of the last projects fully realized by Leo Fender before he handed...
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1966 Fender® Electric XII 12 String

$3,995
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.
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1966 Fender® Electric XII

$2,950
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...
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1966 Fender® Electric XII

$499
Original split coil Pickup with Grey Bottom , Hand dated 7/20/66 with original Black solid covers
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1966 Fender® XII

$4,200
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.
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1966 Fender® Coronado XII

$1,895
Today class, we will be discussing perception. Kinda like when you see a tattoo- laden biker type holding back a pit-bull while raffling off tickets for his little girls high school fundraising event. At first glance, he looks to be threatening and somewhat not like the others. "Maybe even a deviant" you think, certainly a social outcast if nothing else. Our subliminal mind is below the threshold...
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1965 Fender® Electric XII (#FEE0856)

$5,695
1965 Fender Electric XII, Sunburst with White Pearloid pickguard, One of the first ever made, Rare with Kluson tuners & L-Plate, Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard with Pearl dots, Powerful sounding pickups, “Hockey stick” headstock, Very cool guitar like Townshend & Page played, VG++, OHSC, $5,695
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1965 Fender® Electric XII

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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...
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1967 Fender® Coronado XII

$2,500
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...
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1969 Fender® Maverick

$4,195
A Rare Maverick model. Original Sunburst finish, Bound Block Inlay neck, May 1969 neck date, Electric XII electronics, and tremolo. A great sounding and unique guitar. Go to www.nationwideguitars.com for more pictures
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1966 Fender® Coronado II

$1,989
1966 Fender Coronado II Sunburst original case. 2 pick-ups stop tail. Sounds and plays wonderfully. Attractive patina. 100% original. original hang tag included. Price list not included. Very good condition. Beautiful sunburst. Famous designer Roger Rossmeisl designed. GUITAR HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED AND SETUP WITH NEW STRINGS. SAFELY PACKED. PLEASE CALL 937-613-0690 ...
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1966 Fender® CORANANDO II

$1,599
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.
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1966 Hagstrom III

$975
This is a vintage 1966 Hagstrom III solid body electric in a sunburst finish. Made in Sweden, the Hagstrom III was first introduced in 1965 and originally marketed in the States as a Futura F-300. According to this Hag's serial number (675846), it is #846 out of 1001 made in 1966. The Hag III took equal cues from Fender Strats and Gibson SG's. This includes wide fretboard / ultra-thin maple...
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1966 Fender® Music Master II

$1,450
Mustang body and neck with single Mustang pickup. 24" scale. 22 frets. 1 5/8" nut. rounded-laminate Rosewood board.
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1967 Fender® Coronado II

$1,599
This is a vintage 1967 Coronado II semi-hollow body electric. The Coronado was one of Fender's first new designs post CBS takeover, and was poised to compete with the more popular hollows and semi-hollows of the era. It is all original and super clean, but missing its pick guard. Outfitted with two DeArmond designed single coil pickups, this guitar has a voice like none other. Its super-cool...
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1965 Fender® Musicmaster™ II

$1,499

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
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.
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1967 Fender® Coronado II Vintage Electric Guitar 99.9% Original w/ ohsc

$2,299.99
Up for sale, a 1967 Fender Coronado II in excellent condition and in perfect working order, with a gorgeous Antigua finish. This guitar comes complete with all the bells and whistles, featuring the very rare Grover made Fender tuners and the floating Coronado vibrato unit! Equally as rare (or arguable rarer) than the Wildwood Coronados, the custom color Antigua finish has never looked better on...
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1967 Fender® Coronado II

$1,849
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.
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1967 Fender® Coronado II

$2,700
10-0920. This hollow-body's looks are sure to catch your eyes. It's sound will really reel you in! It's in exceptional condition for it's age, and is a definite player.
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1967 Fender® Coronado II Vintage Hollowbody Electric Guitar Red, DeArmond™

$1,599.99
Up for sale, a 1967 Fender Coronado II in excellent condition and in perfect working order. The rich, transparent red factory finish highlights the subtle flame maple figuring across the entire top of the guitar, accented by chrome hardware and the original gold pickguard. Weighing a mere 6lbs 20z, this fully hollow instrument has a bright and clear acoustic voice that translates well through the...
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1965 Burns Jazz Split Sound

$1,400
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...
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1965 Baldwin - Burns Jazz Split Sound

$1,200
Retrofret Stock # 7137. Baldwin - Burns Jazz Split Sound Model Solid Body Electric Guitar (1965), made in London, serial # 10019, red/black sunburst Polyester finish, sycamore body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, original black hard shell case. Probably the most popular design from the always-eccentric James Ormston Burns, The Jazz Split Sound is a 1960's classic and a very stylish...
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1965 Vox Mark VI

$2,750
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...
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1973 Fender® Telecaster® Thinline

$7,000
Tommy Castro signed Tele Thinline. Great look, great viibe, and distinctive humbucker growl. More on the Tele Thinline "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...
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1974 Sho-Bud Pro III Custom Model 6155

$3,500
Retrofret Stock # 7141. Sho-Bud Pro III Custom Model 6155 Model Pedal Steel Electric Guitar (1974), made in Nashville, TN, serial # 5341, natural finish, maple body with aluminum necks, original road hard shell case. This beautiful Sho-Bud is not only a fantastic player's instrument but has an extremely illustrious history in the hands of its only owner, the illustrious session musician David...
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