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Fender Bronco Technical Specifications

Parts lists, schematics and wiring information

Fender Bronco
Technical Specifications | 1969 Part List | 1976 Part List

Fender have published regular service manuals, with lists of replacement parts for their instruments, along with part numbers, schematics and other information. The lists below are from June 1969, and September 1976 (maybe!). Click on the thumbnails for larger versions.

1969 replacement parts list

Fender Bronco 1969 parts list page 1 Fender Bronco 1969 parts list page 2

The 1969 parts list is merely a list of constituent components with associated part number (pages 1 and 2), dated June 1st 1969, with prices for individual parts (pages 3 and 4).

Fender Bronco 1969 parts list page 3 Fender Bronco 1969 parts list page 4

1976 replacement parts list (illustrated)

Fender Bronco 1976 parts list page 1 Fender Bronco 1976 parts list page 2

This parts list is undated, but our best guess is 1976 (maybe September). Aswell as the list of parts and their numbers, there is a labelled image of the guitar, it's tremolo unit and the volume and tone circuitry. The final page gives prices for these parts.

Fender Bronco 1976 parts list page 3

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