It may seem a different Fender guitar but the special history remains. Now with a greater sound, built and beauty, the Coronado guitar is back and guitarists from all over the world will love this classic even more. The Fender first ventured into the hollow-body electric guitar world in the middle until the late 60s with the Coronado family. Today, Fender welcomes the Coronado name and style and presents it as an entirely honed new guitar in the Modern Player family. The Fender Coronado guitar now has exquisite features, sound and looks. There’s a good Fender Coronado guitar at Musicians Friend that you should check out.
The notable features of the Fender Coronado guitar include thin semi-hollow maple body with alder center-block, bound top and back, stylish bound f-holes, “C”-shaped maple neck, 9.5”-radius white-bound rosewood fingerboard, 21 medium jumbo frets, Elegant white pearloid block inlays, dual Fideli’Tron humbucking pickups, 3-way toggle switching, and four skirted “amp”-style control knobs.