Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE
#1

FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE cost US $ 3,495.00
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in China is Chinese Yuan 18.3519 CNY,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in India is Indian Rupee 183.84 INR,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in United States is United States Dollar 3 USD,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Indonesia is Indonesian Rupiah 36207 IDR,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Brazil is Brazilian Real 7.3968 BRL,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Pakistan is Pakistani Rupee 309 PKR,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Nigeria is Nigerian Naira 494.01 NGN,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Bangladesh is Bangladeshi Taka 232.125 BDT,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Russia is Russian Rouble 125.6886 RUB,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Japan is Japanese Yen 324.435 JPY,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Mexico is Mexican Peso 40.6755 MXN,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Philippines is Philippine Peso 134.37 PHP,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Vietnam is Vietnamese Dong 63735 VND,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Ethiopia is Ethiopian Birr 60.138 ETB,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Egypt is Egyptian Pound 21.4518 EGP,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Canada is Canadian Dollar 3.3705 CAD,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Iran is Iranian Rial 80190 IRR,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Turkey is Turkish Lira 6.7059 TRY,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in taiwan is Taiwanese Dollar 91.221 TWD,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in saudi arabia is Saudi Riyal 11.2554 SAR,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in germany is German Mark 4.6401 DEM,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in united kingdom is British Pound Sterling 1.8648 GBP,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in france is french franc 15.53091 FRF,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in South Korean is South Korean Won 3170.94 KRW,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in italy is italian lira 4584.45 ITL,
Price of FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE in Spain is Euro 2.37 ESP,



MARGATELTD Store


FENDER CORONADO BASS II. 1968. ANTIGUA. ULTRA RARE. EXCELLENT. VERY COLLECTIBLE

FENDER CORONADO II BASS DOM: January 18, 1968 SN: 233491 FINISH: Antigua OHSC (incredible Victoria) A ROGER ROSSMEISL DESIGN. “An uncharacteristic piece of Fender history”. CONDITION: This guitar is in EXCELLENT COSMETIC and OPERATIONAL CONDITION. Please look at photos to verify. It has the usual dings, dents, etc. that are natural and expected based on its age. ABSOLUTELY the CORONADO DESIGN by Roger Rossmeisl was, and continues to be, “uncharacteristic” of FENDER Guitar Company. And collectors, and players, are now recognizing that as being a true gift from Roger. To me, this guitar design is reflective of the times in which it was designed and built (later 1960’s). We all know the story of those times and continue to experience the impact they had on our culture. At least FENDER took this “giant” step into the new world before falling back into its traditional comfort level of Teles and Strats in 1972. But to their credit, they came back to something akin to the intention of this design, i.e., alternative to the Gibson ES-335, in 1974 (75) with the beautiful STARCASTER. And for the guitar being offered here, it’s beauty and appeal is further advanced by its ANTIGUA FINISH. As noted in the article below, ANTIGUA, has become synonymous with FENDER guitars, i.e., almost a “trademark”. And for those of us who collect guitars, we cannot resist owning as many “Antigua” Fenders as we can afford. It is a cool color. This guitar is extremely rare also because it is a CORONADO BASS in ANTIGUA finish from 1968. INFORMATION ABOUT THE CORONADO SERIES (from online Wiki). The Fender Coronadowas a double-cutaway thin-line hollow-body electric guitar , announced in 1965, it was manufactured by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation . The aesthetic design embodied in the Coronado represents a departure from previous Fender instruments; the design remains an uncharacteristic piece of Fender history. Development and design The very un-Fender like instrument was designed by Roger Rossmeisl (who had previously also designed instruments for Rickenbacker , but who went on to create numerous models for Fender) in an attempt to capitalize on the increasing popularity of semi-acoustic guitars following the high-profile use of hollow-bodied instruments, such as the Epiphone Casino by bands like The Beatles . During Rossmeisl's time designing for Fender he also designed the Fender Montego, a jazz box style guitar which shares the Coronado's fixedFtailpiece; and the 1967 Fender Wildwood which shares the Stratocaster headstock. Three versions of the Coronado guitar were produced from 1966 through 1972. The Fender Coronado I, discontinued in 1970, was the original single pickup design. The Coronado II had an added bridge pickup (with relative tone and volume controls). The Coronado XII, released in 1967, was a twelve-string version of the guitar. Coronado basses were also manufactured. The Coronado was a true hollow-bodied electric guitar; like the Gibson ES-330 and Epiphone Casino , it did not have a central solid wood block in the body. This is in contrast to guitars such as the Gibson ES-335 , which, although appearing similar, were constructed with a solid central block running lengthways through the archtop body. The top, sides and back of the body on the Wildwood body were constructed from laminated beechwood , and maple was used for the non Wildwood versions, the top being slightly arched, and featuring two generous, routed and bound "f" holes. The body of the instrument was finished in a high-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer , a finish which is no longer frequently used in the manufacture of modern guitars. A number of Coronado II and Coronado XII guitars were offered in a special "Wildwood" finish. This involved specially prepared, heavily-grained beechwood; a chemical dye was injected into the growing trees, years prior to harvesting, which stained the grain pattern of the wood. Only one Blonde Coronado is known to exist, it is in a private collection in California. The Coronado also featured relatively thin 'C'-shaped bolt-on maple neck, topped with a rosewood fingerboard, and a headstock shaped similarly to that of a Fender Stratocaster . Unusual for Fender at the time, the Coronado's pickups were made by DeArmond ; a company whose pickups were more usually found on Gretsch guitars, and the bridge was a free-floating, non anchored, ' tune-o-matic ' style bridge, with a suspended tailpiece. Tremolo tailpieces were also available at extra cost for 1966 until cease of the Coronado's production. The wiring harness used in the Fender Coronado line was manufactured by Rowe Industries of Toledo, Ohio and delivered as a completely pre-assembled set. The Coronados all came in cases made by the Victoria Luggage Co, and were made in the USA. The Coronado gained significant attention when used by Elvis Presley in the 1968 film Speedway , performing the song 'There Ain't Nothing Like a Song' with Nancy Sinatra in the final scene and is the only guitar used by Elvis within the entire film. Rossmeisl's Fender-creations were also used by Elvis in a separate film 'Clambake' where the Fender Wildwood is seen in two scenes. An image of a Coronado is seen upon the Chill's compilation album 'Heavenly Pop Hit'. Despite the expensive construction of the instrument, the Coronado achieved little success. The guitar was prone to feedback at high volumes, and the bolt-on neck construction, favored by Fender, failed to appeal to purist jazz guitarists, who would make up a large part of the market for a hollow-bodied electric guitar. It has however gained a significant following after release for its natural resonance and bright and deep tone. Collectors are now recognizing the appeal of these guitars and prices are escalating due to increased demand. Models All 6 String Guitar, 12 String Guitar and 4 String Bass. Coronado I one neck pickup, one volume and one tone control. Dot inlays. Available in either Cherry Red, Sunburst, or any DuPont custom finish. Coronado II two pickups—neck and bridge positions—two volume and two tone controls, as well as a three-position selector switch. Block inlays. Optional tremolo. Cherry, Sunburst, DuPont custom colors. Only one Blonde Coronado is known to exist, it is in a private collection in California. The body and neck wood is maple with a Rosewood fingerboard and mother-of-pearl block inlays and a Fender Jazzmaster style headstock. Coronado XII two pickups—neck and bridge positions—two volume and two tone controls, as well as a three-position selector switch. Block inlays. Fender curved twelve string "hockey stick" headstock. Cherry, Sunburst, DuPont custom colors Coronado Bass I bass version of the Coronado I. Has one neck pickup, one volume and one tone control. Dot inlays. Available in either Cherry Red, Sunburst, or any custom finish. Coronado Bass IIbass version of the Coronado II. Has two pickups—neck and bridge positions—two volume and two tone controls, as well as a three-position selector switch. Has 21 frets. Available in Cherry, Sunburst, or a DuPont custom finish. The body and neck wood is maple with a Rosewood fingerboard and mother-of-pearl block inlays. INFORMATION ABOUT THE FENDER ANTIGUA FINISH (from online: GuitarMuse): History of Antigua Guitars Antigua finished guitars are something Fender has a history of embracing going as far back as the 60s. Back then Fender had used the finish rather liberally on just about any model they could slap it on, from Strats and Teles, to Jaguars and Mustangs, and even on the now defunct Coronado hollow body. While other brands such as Gibson have delved at the least dangerously close to matching the color for some of their guitars, Antigua more or less has remained a Fender trademark. 2012 Antigua Guitars Fender has begun unveiling guitars they plan to showcase at the upcoming Summer NAMM. The Antigua finish is one that Fender has handled in a rather McRib kind of fashion. Every so often they release Antigua models and before long they are nowhere to be found and all we, the people that didn’t pick one up, are left to patiently wait for Fender to release a new rendition. If you are outside of the continental USA, please contact us for a shipping quote before purchasing this guitar. Thank you.
PAYPAL.
SHIPPING CHARGES. The charges listed in this ad are for the continental US only. Shipment outside that area is at actual cost and Buyer must pay all tariffs, duties, and other charges that may be levied on the item when it is imported into its final destination. And for foreign buyers, please request a quote for shipping cost before you bid. No surprises are always good. And please do not ask that we use a lower value for an export shipment. NOTE: WE WILL NOT SHIP TO ANY THIRD PARTY AND WE WILL NOT DO SHIP TO ANY FIRM, SUCH AS Shop Airlines America or sekaimon WHO RESHIPS THE ITEM OUTSIDE THE USA. SHIPPING DAMAGE. Any external, or internal, shipping damage MUST BE REPORTED to Seller and to Carrier within 24 hours of receipt of delivery. IT IS THE BUYER?S RESPONSIBILITY TO NOTIFY SELLER IMMEDIATELY IF THE INSTRUMENT HAS INCURRED ANY DAMAGE DURING SHIPMENT. IN THE EVENT OF SUCH DAMAGE, PLEASE RETAIN ALL SHIPPING MATERIALS FOR INSPECTION.NO EXCEPTION.
1. Payment must be received within five days of the end of the auction. 2. NO REFUNDS. Please ask your questions before you bid. As noted under "Shipping", we will repair any defective item. This does not apply to shipping damage or to damage after receipt. Please note that every guitar we sell has been fully audited, tested, set up,inspected, and photograph prior to shipment.
ABOUT TUNEYOURSOUND. Tune Your Sound Sound Your Tune Guitars make Sounds ! Guitar players make Tunes. But which guitar makes your Tune best?The beginning point in making a tune is You. The music in your head goes to your hands which form chords and notes. The end point is the Tune heard by those listening created by the Sounds of the instruments in between. Our job at TuneYourSound.com (TYS) is to fill in the middle. Or, in other words, "complete the chain". We are guitar players and collectors at TuneYourSound.com. Collectively we have personally owned and played over 1800 guitars. And we have seen guitar players play-from Jimi using his teeth to Jimmy using his bow. And now, we want to tell you what we have learned over the years and under the stages. First: There should be two primary guitars in your life. The one you start with (by choice or coincidence) and the one you finish with (once you find it, you'll know it and keep it). But of course, humans are acquisitive by nature, so we are prone to own more than we need-but a guitar player must have what he really needs. Two: Sometimes it's better for a guitar to be heard than seen and other times it's better for a guitar to be seen than heard. So, play it both ways. Buy a guitar that does both. Three: Avoid the hype. Especially now with the Internet overloading us with data. Buy a guitar that you trust from someone you trust. Four: Make it personal. Establish a relationship with your seller. That way you will never be disappointed-nor abandoned. After all, it is still about money-your money. And you deserve to get more than you give. At TuneYourSound.com, we have the answer!
Please contact us directly at ebay email system.




 
Reply

Important Note..!

If you are not satisfied with above reply ,..Please

ASK HERE

So that we will collect data for you and will made reply to the request....OR try below "QUICK REPLY" box to add a reply to this page
Popular Searches: 1974 rickenbacker 4001, franciscan coronado white, fender jazz bass antigua, tokidoki antigua, 1968 marble, 1968 landmaster, lenox coronado,
}
[-]
Quick Reply
Message
Type your reply to this message here.

Image Verification
Please enter the text contained within the image into the text box below it. This process is used to prevent automated spam bots.
Image Verification
(case insensitive)

Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  Old 1968 1Rs note for sale - Vadodara prices of 2 149 08-09-2016, 09:01 AM
Last Post: visalakshik
  Taylor Swift - Tim McGraw USDJ Promo RARE 2006 DJ Single Guest 1 63 07-26-2016, 10:14 AM
Last Post: visalakshik
  Taylor Swift - Tim McGraw USDJ Promo RARE 2006 DJ Single prices of 2 191 07-25-2016, 10:47 AM
Last Post: visalakshik
  Hello we have opening in saudi , dubai , oman , very urgent - Mumbai prices of 3 217 07-16-2016, 09:15 AM
Last Post: visalakshik
  dynatech bass 1000 watt Guest 1 163 06-10-2016, 06:28 AM
Last Post: geethu
  Waterpik Wp100w water floss ultra W 6 Tips SALE! prices of 2 398 04-29-2016, 04:05 AM
Last Post: geethu
  panasound bass tube price in india Guest 1 103 03-23-2016, 10:57 AM
Last Post: subin
  panasound bass tube price in india Guest 1 106 03-12-2016, 06:04 AM
Last Post: subin
  onida ky thunder bass blaster not working Guest 0 104 11-23-2015, 09:18 AM
Last Post: Guest
  The best quality engraved silcon wristbands of DJ's, FOOTBALL CLUBS at very cheap rates - Mumbai prices of 1 206 11-09-2015, 03:56 PM
Last Post: Guest

Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)