The Fender Cyclone and Fender Cyclone II were a series of electric guitars made by Fender. Introduced in late 1997, the Cyclone body is similarly styled to the Mustang but with a significantly different specification. The body of the Cyclone is a quarter of an inch thicker than the body of a Mustang and is made of poplar, whereas contemporary Mustang reissues were made of basswood. In July 2002, the Cyclone II was introduced as the successor to the Fender Cyclone and featured cosmetic changes such as the Mustang racing stripe as well as 3 vintage single-coil pickups and switching borrowed from the Fender Jaguar. As of 2006[update] the range included the original Cyclone, the Cyclone HH with two humbuckers, and the Fender Cyclone II with three MIA Jaguar pickups controlled by on-off switches in place of the selector switch.
As of January 2007, all Cyclone variants had been discontinued by Fender.
2005 Fender Cyclone Electric Rio Grande Dimarzio Pickups Relic Neck 12948
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