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Fender Wildwood I Coronado II 1967



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Body: Maple “Wildwood”

Neck: Maple neck (stamped 19JUL67B) with a medium “C” profile, 1 5/8” wide nut, rosewood fretboard, 7.25” radius, and block inlays

Pickups/Hardware: Fender tuners, two pickups (rated at 6.3 kOhms in the neck and 7.2 k in the bridge), three-way pickup selector switch, independent volume and tone controls

Cosmetic Condition: The top is in great shape for its age, with only minor signs of play wear. The back has a fair amount of buckle rash, and there are a few dings along the sides, but otherwise the body on this beauty is looking good. The neck and headstock are nice and smooth, with a really pleasant checking pattern. There is a slight discoloration along the headstock,near the nut, mostly likely from a guitar hanger. This Wildwood is crazy cool!

Playability: The strings are nice and low, play great, and ring out clearly across the board. The frets are small but in good condition, with minimal play wear.

Modifications/Repairs: None

Weight: 6lbs 11oz

Case: Original hardshell

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