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1966-67 Fender guitar catalogue

Part 1 - Solid-body electric guitars, basses, pedal steels and mandolin

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Part 1: solid body guitars, basses, pedal steels | Part 2: amps / acoustics / electric acoustics

  1968 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 1
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1968 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 8 - Image of the 12-String, Telecaster and Esquire solid electric guitars 1968 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 9 - Description of the 12-String, Telecaster and Esquire
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1968 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 14 - Image of the Fender Mustang, Musicmaster, Duo Sonic, Mustang bass, Champ and Studio Deluxe sets 1968 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 15 - Descriptions of the Fender Mustang, Musicmaster, Duo Sonic, Mustang bass, Champ and Studio Deluxe sets

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The 1966-67 Fender catalogue is 40 pages long, including covers, and is in sumptuous colour throughout. 304mm x 225mm. It is the first catalogue to include the Fender Coronado series of semi-acoustic guitars, the 30" scale Mustang bass and the Wildwood acoustic; guitars with a stained grain pattern, an idea that would be expanded to the Coronado series a year or so after the publication of this catalogue.

After the introduction, the first pages of this catalogue are dedicated to solid body electrics: guitars, basses, pedal steels and an electric mandolin. Part 2 includes amplifiers, electric acoustic guitars, acoustics, banjos and accessories.

Guitars:
Coronado I, II and XII
Duo Sonic
Electric XII
Esquire
Musicmaster
Mustang
Jaguar
Jazzmaster
Stratocaster
Telecaster

Acoustic Guitars:
Concert
Wildwood
Kingman
Malibu
Newporter
Palomino
Shenandoah
Villager

Other Instruments:
Electric Mandolin

Basses:
Bass V
Bass VI
Coronado bass I and II
Jazz
Mustang
Precision

Steel Guitars:
Champ set
Deluxe 6, Deluxe 8
Dual 6
Pedal 400
Pedal 800
Pedal 1000
Pedal 2000
Studio Deluxe set
Stringmaster

Amplifiers:
Bandmaster
Bassman
Deluxe Deluxe/Reverb
Dual Showman
Princeton/Reverb
Pro/Reverb
Showman 15"
Super/Reverb
Twin/Reverb
Vibro/Champ
Vibrolux/Reverb

Keyboards:
Contempo
Fender-Rhodes Celeste
Fender-Rhodes piano
Fender-Rhodes piano bass

Banjos:
Allegro series
Artist series
Concert Tone series



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erik Brooks Comment left 9th March 2015 02:02:58
Looking for Information. My buddy has his dads OLD Banjo / a Fender 4 string with a 3 color sunburst finish on the back. I t has a LONG Neck on it . He wonders How old it is. the FRETS are bound. any info i can pass on to him thanks.

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