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Fender Coronado Catalogue Appearances

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The Fender Coronado range was produced between 1966 and 1972, in one form or another, but only appeared in catalogues up until 1970. Different models were available at different times. It was variously named the Coronado, Wildwood Coronado and Antigua, depending on the finish.

1966-67 Fender Musical Instruments catalogue

1966-67 Fender Musical Instruments catalogue
The new Coronado series was first included in the 1966-67 catalogue, and included three guitars (Coronado I, II and XII) and the Coronado bass. Only standard finishes (sunburst and cherry red) are offered at this time.

1968 Fender guitar and amplifier catalogue

1968 Fender Musical Instruments On the Go
The 1968 catalogue expanded the Coronado range, to include the Fender Coronado II bass, but now also lists DuPont custom finishes, and the stained Wildwood finishes on the Coronado II, XII and Coronado II bass.

1969 Fender catalogue

1969 Fender Lovin' Care catalogue
The 1969 catalogue now also includes Antigua finishes

1970 Fender electric guitar and amplifier catalogue

1970 Fender catalogue
The Antigua II appears on page 13 with the Antigua XII on page 14.
The Fender thinline with the elegant antique look

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