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Fender Wildwood Coronado 1968 (s711)



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Body: Maple, hollow

Neck: Maple neck with a “C” profile, 1 9/16” wide nut, rosewood fretboard, 7.25” radius, and block inlays

Pickups/Hardware: Grover tuners, two picukups (rated at 7.1 kOhms in the neck and 7.7 k in the bridge), three-way pickup selector switch, independent volume and tone controls

Cosmetic Condition: My oh my is this one intriguing Coronado! The body has its typical fair share of wear in the form of dings, scratches and edge wear, but beyond the patch of finish chipping along the treble side lower bout edge you’ll find some interesting quirks. For instance, if you look closely you can make out the words RHINESTONE COWBOY along the top bass side. Also, the rose decal along the tremolo (which goes nicely with the other one along the headstock) is a nice romantic touch. The neck feels comfortable, with just a handful of light interruptions to be felt. The headstock has plenty of edge wear and checking, but all of those details get lost amongst this Wildwood’s entrancing grain pattern and rose decal. This Fender will sweep you off of your feet!

Playability: The strings are nice and low, play great, and ring out clearly across the board.

Modifications/Repairs: The neck has been refretted. A rose decal has been added to the trem and headstock. The trem arm has been replaced. A “haloed” RHINESTONE COWBOY has been left behind by the removal of stickers along the bass side of the top.

Weight: 7lbs

Case: Hardshell

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