Fender Re-release Coronado & Starcaster Guitars & Basses

Originally posted on September 3rd 2013 at 18:19 by in Guitars Last edited: September 4th 2013 at 14:55

Fender have released reissues of their Coronado & Starcaster guitars & basses from the 60s/70s.

The Fender Coronado and Starcaster designs are two Fender Semi-Hollow bodies which Fender have just bought back to enhance their Modern Player series! Both guitars and basses are available in several voluptuously vintage finishes!

The 60s-styled Coronado features Fideli’tron Humbucker pickups and a traditionally vintage trapeze bridge, while the 70s Starcaster has a beautiful bound top, back and f-holes, and a strikingly-unique Fender headstock. Both feature skirted amp-style knobs and modern C-shaped maple necks with a 9.5″ radius – very comfortable!

What we find amazing about the Coronado and the Starcaster is that even though these are old designs (and you’ll struggle to find too many originals kicking around!), Fender’s new Coronado and Starcaster retain a somewhat timeless look: clearly specific to their eras, but still relevant. Vintage looks, modern features and build quality.

All the guitars are available to preorder now, and we are expecting stock to be in at Andertons between now and Christmas. Check out these great vintage-styled Fender’s today.

Fender Coronado Guitars

Fender Coronado Basses

Fender Starcaster Guitars

Fender Starcaster Basses