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Written on: 04/10/2008 by JohnDawnson (1 review written)
I would not buy this guitar again, my son is an excellent player and he sounds horrible with it. His band played at a concert for a retirement house last week and he was applauded. This week he played at a coffee shop were he is a regular musician and he was asked to leave for the first time without even being payed, and the only difference was that he used this guitar at the coffee shop. I got it replaced because i thought it might just have been defective but the new one did the same thing… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/05/2008
The body is perfect. The neck feels great it doesn't hold you back from playing well. The 'Fender Mustang' would be my possible most favourite Fender Out Of Them All. I have heard The 'Mustang' goes out of tune very easily unless you have a Tune 'O Matic bridge. I am looking for a 1968 Fender Mustang Placid Blue...Any Ideas???… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2008
Both clean and distortion channels sound great for grunge and blues and also rock… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/01/2008
The Fender Mustang Electric Guitar has a lovely shape and fantastic neck.It weighs literally Nothing. It's super comfortable to play. Great Guitar, but I would like to see the pick ups changed… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/10/2007 by dnall (1 review written)
I have played Mustangs for about 35 yrs. I started with a circa 1966 blue Duosonic 2,
then a mid 70's sunburst Mustang, then a 1966 white/redPG Music Master II (2 pickups, tremelo
bar bridge - brass nut) Now a 1977 black Mustang… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2007 by Mafuew (1 review written)
My Fender Mustang - I have just bought in a second hand shop for £350. Its Lake Placid Blue with Racing Stripes and it is in brilliant shape.
I got it home and tuned it into standard straight away and played it through my small clone and my crate. You can get some real nice tones from it. Some real nice blues tones to some really scratchy tinny tones. I prefer it to be just about in the middle, leaning towards higher tones.
I had to trade an acoustic guitar and an electro harmonix Big Muff… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2005 by stratfrets63 (1 review written)
The Fender Mustang electric guitar was one of those once in a life-time steals finding a 1964 'Stang,; certainly one thing I'll be telling over breaks during jams for years to come. I understand it's still common to find vintage 'Stangs for pennies on the dollar compared to Strats and Telecasters. If you can find one, grab one before people wise up and start collecting them and the price jacks up. I saw one the other day on Ebay that sold for $850. Awesome deal for whomever was lucky enough… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/09/2005 by turdfurgunsun (1 review written)
I traded in 2 cheap guitars and an analog 4 track for my Fender Mustang. I've own sub-par guitars all my life' I'm 33 and I've played $150 dollar guitars all my life now it's time for daddy to cash in on a classic true Fender 69 Mustang! I've had for 2 days and love it. Definitely a flashy good tone swweeet axe!… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2005 by hhackman (1 review written)
Fender Mustang: First of all: I am not a pro, but have played guitar for 30 years in various bands and have also done gigs and still am in a small scale (well would do bigger if there was an audience). Have had Strato, played with Heritage Les Paul and an old Aria.
I play mainly blues,60's soul, MKnopfler and Clapton and this guitar gives me all the sounds (specially with my Peavey Classic tube amp) that I need. I am not using any effects, since I get needed sounds from the bright rhythm for… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/09/2004 by lanettonra (1 review written)
Fender Mustang - Great guitar, great looks, fun to play, great for the beginner, or the expert. If you can find one in good shape, buy it, it's worth it… Read Full Review
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