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Fender Pedal 400, Studio Deluxe set, Bronco set, Champ set

1968 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 12

Fender 1968 guitar and bass catalogue. Page 12. Pedal 400 and Fender student guitar and amp sets - suitably photographed in a childrens playground. The Pedal 400 does not really belong with the student sets shown here, but here it is!

This is the first catalogue appearance of the Bronco set, consisting of a Bronco amplifier with 8" speaker and single-pickup Bronco guitar. Although not listed as separate items in this catalogue, both the Bronco amp and guitar are listed (and priced) separately and as a set in Fender price lists from mid 1967.

Other sets shown are the Studio Deluxe set, and Champ set. This is the left hand page of a two page spread. Details of the guitars pictured are on the following page.

In July 1968, these sets were priced as follows: Champ student steel guitar set $167.50, Studio Deluxe steel set $284.50, Bronco guitar and amp set $265.50.

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Fender Pedal 400, Studio Deluxe set, Bronco set, Champ set - 1968 Fender catalogue - page 12

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