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Fender Bronco Guitar Fiesta Red, 1974

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The Fender Bronco was built between 1967 and 1980 as a single pickup, 24 inch scale student guitar. It featured a slab alder body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, and a simple trem bridge.

This example dates to around 1974 – it’s possibly a bit earlier – and is in largely original, and good, condition. The pickup has been changed, but other parts seem original. The finish, likely Fiesta Red is in quite good condition. This guitar has actually been played, as there is some wear to the end of the fingerboard and that’s usually from strumming with a pick. Fretwear is light to moderate. The original trem arm is long gone.

With its short scale, narrow neck and light weight, these were very comfortable beginner guitars, especially for younger students.

A newer Fender gig bag is included. Originally, this level of guitar would have had a fibre (cardboard) case, and those tend to deteriorate badly over the years.


 

Price: $1050 CAD
  • Model: Bronco
  • Year: 1974 | Approximate year
  • Finish Fiesta Red
  • Class: Vintage
  • Serial Number: 373806
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Condition: Good
  • Date Posted: 24/04/2018

  • Consignment Item

  • Required CITIES documentation
  • Including Gig Bag case
  • Instrument Weight: 7.7lbs 3.5kg
  • Scale Length: 609.6mm 24in
  • Nut Width: 40.5mm 1.6in
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