A note to you regarding the COVID-19 from your friends at Well Strung Guitars:
Due to the current risk associated with the spreading and contraction of COVID-19, Well Strung Guitars has decided to operate by appointment only Monday-Friday 12-5 PM. We ask that no more than two patrons are in the store at a time and that you wear a mask and maintain a safe social distance while inside. To make an appointment, please call us at 516.221.0563 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your understanding - stay safe everyone!
-David, Paige, and the rest of the Well Strung Team!
A wonderfully clean 1967 Fender Coronado II in Translucent Red with a subtle burst of Candy Apple Red! By the mid-1960s, Fender had a firm grasp on the solid bodied guitar market, but did not have any offerings to compete with hollow and semi-hollow guitar makers. With the mighty popularity of the Beatles using hollow bodied guitars, Fender tasked Roger Rossmeisl of Rickenbacker to design a competing hollow-bodied model, which became the Coronado. The reason Fender opted to use a slightly darker color to “burst” the edges was to obscure the burn marks left by the router when used for binding. If you’re familiar with the “Antigua” finish, it originated for the same reason! The neck profile is a nice medium C carve, and the frets are quite worn from years of love and use.
It weighs in at 6 lbs and 10 oz, and comes with an early ES-335 hardshell case.
If you have any questions, please give us a call at 516-221-0563. We'd be happy to give you an in-hand description of the guitar. All of our guitars are properly set up by John Bertsche, our brilliant guitar tech, and will be professionally packed with care.
Upon receipt, if you are dissatisfied with your purchase, you must notify WSG within 24 hours. We will refund your money as soon as the merchandise is returned to us in the same condition as when it shipped out. The customer is responsible for all shipping, insurance, and bank fees that may be incurred throughout the return process. All returns must be packaged in the same materials that the guitar was sent out in to ensure the instruments safety. All claims regarding loss or damage are the responsibility of the purchaser.