1967 Fender Coronado Electric Bass II , Serial #203990

This bass had a gorgeous sound - very full.  Did not feedback at high volumes.  One of the best sounding hollow-bodied basses I had ever played.  All original, Fender stock tuning gears, 1 tuning nob top had been replaced, there was a patch of the finish missing on the back, nice action, pearl inlay.  The "F" on the bridge tail was missing, so it was painted in with silver paint.  

Fender Coronado Bass II Specs: Body: Hollow; 2-piece laminated maple top and back, laminated maple sides; single bound top, back, and f-holes Finish: Sunburst, nitrocellulose lacquer Neck: 1-piece maple, bolt-on Fingerboard: Indian rosewood, single bound; pearloid block markers Number of Frets: 21 Pickguard: None Bridge: Fender steel with trapeze tailpiece, chrome Nut: Plastic Tuners: Fender, open, chrome Pickups: Two, Fender/DeArmond single coil with adjustable pole pieces, chrome Controls: Tone and volume controls for each pickup, 3-way pickup selector Scale Length: 30" Neck Width at Nut: 1 5/8" Body Width at Lower Bout: 16 1/8" Body Depth: 1 3/4" Weight: 6.9 lbs

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Value: approx. $900

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