|Comments||Here’s a lovely 1966 Dakota Red Fender Mustang!|
In 1965, Fender introduced the Mustang as part of a series of student instruments, and produced it until 1982. It came in two scale lengths – 22.5 inches and (like this one) 24 inches.
The Fender Mustang features two single-coil pickups that can be switched on or off, or have the phase reversed. The pearlescent pickguard is in really nice shape.
This example is in excellent condition and is really a lot of fun to play.
Serial Number128072, dates to 1966.Pricing$1650.00 CAD with original case.NeckMaple neck with unbound rosewood fingerboard, 24″ scale length.Frets22 frets with minor wear.BodyOffset body.FinishOriginal Dakota Red lacquer finish on body, clear on the neck, in very good condition.Hardware/electronicsStock Mustang wiring, with on/off/phase reversal slider switches for each pickup, volume and tone controls. Fender parallelogram ‘F’ stamped tuners with white plastic buttons, original trem arm and cover in case. Pearlescent, multilayer pickguard.Playability/ActionPlays very well, and the shorter scale is a radical difference from Teles and Strats.CaseOriginal grey rectangle case included.
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