Supro Americana 1582JB Coronado II Jet Black Guitar #
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The Coronado II is a reproduction of the two-pickup, wide-body Supro electric guitar that was first manufactured in the early 1960s. The Coronado II reissue mates a chambered body with a newly-developed, composite "Acousti-glass" top. This updated construction preserves the instrument"s signature aesthetics and timeless sound while improving its semi-hollow acoustic resonance and tuning stability.
The Coronado II's vintage-correct tuners, Art Deco stairstep tailpiece and adjustable rosewood bridge are joined by a faithful replica of the legendary Vistatone pickup to bring you a fully realized and worthy reissue of this classic Supro guitar.
The Vistatone pickups found in the Supro Coronado are a reproduction of the groundbreaking, single-coil design developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. The Vistatone pickup is cited as prior art in Seth Lover's PAF patent and is found in many of the most desirable vintage Supro models.
The Supro Coronado II has a powerful, electric swamp-blues tone that is anything but subtle. It's a gnarly sounding instrument that loves tube amps and fuzz pedals of all kinds. The neck pickup sounds huge and wooly while the bridge pickup has an unmistakable midrange growl that is downright dirty. Our semi-hollow recipe of an Acousti-glass top and semi-hollow body retains the unique sonic characteristics of the original reso-glass models while providing today's musicians with a lightweight, highly playable instrument that stays in tune and is easy to maintain.
Vintage Supro body design
Jet Black finish
Redesigned two-bolt neck joint
Vintage-correct Vistatone pickups
Volume and tone control per pickup
Art Deco stairstep tailpiece
Semi-hollow mahogany back
Mahogany neck with dot inlays
24 ¾" scale
The Coronado and its relatives in the Americana Series of Supro electric guitars were designed by Trevor Wilkinson and David Koltai to capture the spirit and sound of the Art Deco-influenced, historic line of Supro instruments manufactured in Chicago by Valco during the guitar boom of the 1960s.