Probably the most luxurious hollow-body guitar there can be: Magneton's Turquoise & Gold Coronado not only ignites visual fireworks – it does so sonically as well: the two TV Jones Supertrons flex their muscles in the context of this combination of an original 1967 Fender Coronado body (sanded down and completely refinished with nitro by Andy) and a fantastic mahogany neck (quartersawn, of course) with pau ferro fingerboard and stainless steel frets – combining the best of 1967 and of 2022, so to speak.
You won't be able to find a Coronado anywhere in the world that sounds better (probably a little different at most) and plays easier.
Body & Neck
Original '67 Fender Coronado hollow body with checkerboard binding, refinished in dark turquoise sparkle with gold sparkle sides.
25" (648mm) mahogany neck with matching headstock in dark turquoise sparkle, cream and gold, pau ferro fretboard with golden mother of pearl block inlays and cream binding, stainless steel medium frets, nut width: 1-3/4", white graphtech saddle, satin nitro finish.
Hipshot locking tuners in gold, staggered
Bridge and Vibrato
Tune-o-matic roller full solid brass roller bridge (gold plated) with brass rolls (saddles), Düsenberg vibrato in gold
Neck: TV Jones Supertron Neck
Bridge: TV Jones Supertron Bridge
2 x Volume, 2 x Tone, 3-way toggle switch
Magneton Hard Case made by Gewa Germany