Fender Coronado II 'Some Like it Hot' Candy Apple Red 1967

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This 1967 Coronado II has one very eye-catching feature that sets it apart. The fingerboard has an inlay with the text 'Some Like It Hot', a reference to the 1959 film of the same name.

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Fender Coronado II 'Some Like it Hot' Candy Apple Red 1967

De Coronado-serie was de eerste poging van Fender om de markt voor hollowbody's te betreden die gedomineerd werd door Gibson, Gretsch en andere bouwers. De Coronado was verkrijgbaar in een paar verschillende configuraties; de Coronado II beschikte over twee single-coil pickups gebouwd door DeArmond.

Deze Coronado II uit 1967 heeft echter een zeer in het oog springende eigenschap die hem onderscheidend maakt. Op de toets is een inleg met de tekst 'Some Like It Hot' aangebracht, een verwijzing naar de gelijknamige film uit 1959. Deze film van regisseur Billy Wilder werd opgenomen in het Hotel Del Coronado in Californië, en had Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon en Marilyn Monroe in de hoofdrollen.

Naast de bijzondere inleg beschikt deze Coronado ook over meer vertrouwde specificaties zoals de binding met typische purfling, de gebonden f-gaten en pickups van DeArmond. De gitaar heeft een tune-o-matic brug die is gecombineerd met een Bigsby. De gitaar heeft geen slagplaat meer, en de knop van de toonregeling van het brugelement ontbreekt.

De gitaar heeft verder speelsporen op de body en hals, waarop de toets is vervangen en van een custom inleg is voorzien. Daarnaast is er een refinish uitgevoerd. De gitaar wordt met TFOA paspoort geleverd in een koffer.

The Coronado Series was Fender's first attempt to enter the hollowbody market dominated by Gibson, Gretsch, and other builders. The Coronado was available in a few different configurations; the Coronado II featured two single-coil pickups built by DeArmond.

However, this 1967 Coronado II has one very eye-catching feature that sets it apart. The fingerboard is inlaid with the text 'Some Like It Hot', a reference to the 1959 film of the same name. This film by director Billy Wilder was shot at the Hotel Del Coronado in California and starred Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe in the lead roles.

In addition to the special inlay, this Coronado also has more familiar specifications such as the binding with typical purfling, the bound f-holes and pickups from DeArmond. The guitar has a tune-o-matic bridge that is combined with a Bigsby. The guitar no longer has a pickguard, and the bridge pickup tone control knob is missing.

The guitar also has playwear on the body and neck, on which the fingerboard has been replaced and is fitted with a custom inlay. In addition, a refinish has been carried out. The guitar comes with TFOA passport in a hardshell case.

The Coronado Series was Fender's first attempt to enter the hollowbody market dominated by Gibson, Gretsch, and other builders. The Coronado was available in a few different configurations; the Coronado II featured two single-coil pickups built by DeArmond.

However, this 1967 Coronado II has one very eye-catching feature that sets it apart. The fingerboard is inlaid with the text 'Some Like It Hot', a reference to the 1959 film of the same name. This film by director Billy Wilder was shot at the Hotel Del Coronado in California and starred Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe in the lead roles.

In addition to the special inlay, this Coronado also has more familiar specifications such as the binding with typical purfling, the bound f-holes and pickups from DeArmond. The guitar has a tune-o-matic bridge that is combined with a Bigsby. The guitar no longer has a pickguard, and the bridge pickup tone control knob is missing.

The guitar also has playwear on the body and neck, on which the fingerboard has been replaced and is fitted with a custom inlay. In addition, a refinish has been carried out. The guitar comes with TFOA passport in a hardshell case.

Specifications

Brand and Condition
Brand Fender
Condition Very Good
Hardware
Bridge Rosewood
Tuning Machines Closed Back
Body
Body Shape O
Body Material Maple
Top Material Maple
Neck
Neck Material Maple
Neck Profile C
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Radius 12"
Nutwidth 42 mm / 1.65"
Scale Length 648 mm / 25.5"
Electronics
Controls 2 Volumes, 2 Tones, 3-Way Toggle Switch
Miscellaneous
Travels in Hardshell Case