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Fender Bronco Amplifier

6 Watt, 3 tube combo with 8 inch speaker cone

1967 Fender Bronco set announcement
November 1967 Fender announcement, declaring the Bronco set's availability

Fender Bronco set from the 1970 Fender catalogue
Fender Bronco set from the 1970 Fender catalogue

The Fender Bronco amplifier was an American-built 6 Watt, 3 tube combo guitar amplifier with a single 8 inch speaker cone. It was included in Fender literature through much of 1967, but was not available until December of that year. It was sold as a set with the Bronco guitar at least until 1975.

The following description is taken from the November 1967 Fender Facts 15 leaflet

The Bronco Amp contains such outstanding components as vibrato; 8" special design heavy duty speaker; two instrument inputs; separate volume, tone, vibrato speed and vibrato intensity controls; on-off switch and pilot light. Lock-joint construction with black vinyl covering and an attractive front panel combined with the above internal features will make the Bronco Amp one of the most valued on the musical scene

Fender Bronco - Pick A Winner
1968 Fender advertisement, including the Bronco set - Pick A Winner

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