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Fender Coronado and Starcaster Return!
The Coronado returns "with a greater sound, build and beauty than ever", say Fender.
The Coronado maintains its place in Fender's history as their first hollow-body electric guitar. Reintroduced into the Modern Player family, the Coronado features a thin semi-hollow maple body and maple neck, and a design favoured by Dave Davies and Elvis.
Available in 3-Color Sunburst, Black , Candy Apple Red and Black Cherry Burst, other features on the Coronado include dual Fideli'Tron humbucking pickups, an Adjusto-Matic bridge and a floating 'F' trapeze tailpiece.
Moving on from the '60s into the '70s, we also see the return of the Fender Starcaster.
With a semi-offset body and inimitable black stripe headstock, the Modern Player Starcaster also features a maple neck. There are a pair of Fender Wide Range humbucking pickups, an Adjusto-matic bridge and a bound maple top and back.
Thank you, Fender, indeed!
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 6 Sep 2013 13:23 to category : Instruments News
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