Fender Competition Mustang bass, Gibson Melody Maker, Epiphone Granada
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The majority of the instruments profiled on this site were produced by the brands to the left (click for more), although there is also some limited content on the following guitars and amps
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Vintage guitars made by Fender

Fender produced some of the most iconic instruments of the 20th century. A Stratocaster in the hands of Jimi Hendrix defined a decade. Some Fender electric guitars sold in huge numbers others less so. For information about vintage Fenders, follow the links below.

Solid bodied guitars

Fender Bronco Fender Bronco
 technical specifications
 1969 Bronco part list
 1976 Bronco part list
Fender Custom Fender Custom Fender Esquire Fender Esquire
Fender Jaguar Fender Jaguar Fender Jazzmaster Fender Jazzmaster Fender Musicmaster Fender Musicmaster
Fender Mustang Fender Mustang Fender Stratocaster Fender Stratocaster Fender Telecaster Fender Telecaster
 vintage tele adverts
 rosewood telecaster
Fender Twelve String Fender Twelve String
 technical specifications
 1968 12-String part list
 1969 12-String part list

Hollow bodied guitars

Fender Coronado Fender Coronado
 vintage advertisements
 catalogue appearances
 technical specifications
 1969 Coronado I part list
 1969 Coronado II part list
 Coronado II with tremolo
 Coronado II antique
 Coronado II wildwood

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