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Fender Palomino Acoustic Late-60's Natural
DescriptionVintage Fender Palomino, not quite sure on the year of production for this example as the serial number on the neck plate doesn't match up, so we tried to take as many photos as we could but this thing is definitely vintage and was made somewhere between 1968 - 1972. 25.5" Scale Length, Spruce Top, Mahogany back and sides, Rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Someone added a pickup to this one at some point in time as well, which still works and sounds great. Playability is far from perfect, but it
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Discussed in The Mediocre Bassist Club in the TalkBass community
Fender actually did produce some (few) nice acoustic guitars. My buddy Deano had a Palomino like: [link] It had an electric guitar style neck and a fully adjustable bridge which would be nice on more acoustics (I think): [image] His didn't have the pickup. I never actually would buy one; however, it might be nice to have ... ... more
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