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Fender Concert, Shenandoah and Kingman acoustic guitars

1968 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 20

Fender 1968 guitar and bass catalogue. Page 20. Image of three Fender acoustic guitars, the Concert Rosewood and Maple, Kingman Mahogany and Sunburst and the twelve-string Shenandoah. These guitars all had a spruce top, but differing back and sides. The Kingman, for example, as well as being available with the Wildwood stain (see page 16) was offered in price lists with a choice of rosewood, vermillion, zebra, mahogany, and natural maple back and sides.

The guitars pictured from left to right would be priced as follows (July 1968): Concert Rosewood $315, Shenandoah $299.50, Kingman Mahogany $280, Kingman Sunburst $295.

This is the left hand page of a two page spread. Further details of the guitars pictured are on the following page.

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Fender Concert, Shenandoah and Kingman acoustic guitars - 1968 Fender catalogue - page 20

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