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Pics of Everyones fender mustangs

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I might be getting a fender mustang soon, and i would just like to see what yours looks like, and the mods you made too it.

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White one = 1964 Fully original

Metallic red Competition = 1972 Fully original

Fiesta Competition = Japanese reissue Fully original

Dakota Red = 1967 Has a Duncan Strat pickup in neck position.

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here's my fender MIJ 65' RI mustang in daphne blue...

http://i271.photobucket.com/albums/jj12 ... G_0193.jpg

http://i271.photobucket.com/albums/jj12 ... G_0194.jpg

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http://i271.photobucket.com/albums/jj12 ... G_0196.jpg

its upgraded with a strap lock for now..but im puttin a red tort guard on it and white pup covers and a seymour duncan hot rails bridge pup.

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cool mustangs, if your looking for tortoise pickguard i saw in your post before, you can trade your white one for olimpic white mustangs tortoise pickguard at guitar center sometimes, if you don't wanna spend extra cash.

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I love that orange one with the tortoise pickguard, what color is the first one called. And is it orange or fiesta red.

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The first one is one i put together, the body was made/painted by Aug. I believe they said the color was called Coral from re-ranch. The Orange one is just orange, i refinished it, it was originaly olympic white. but the finish was in bad shape.

... It was identical to the last mustang, both are '96 50th anniv. MIJ

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why so many mustangs? i mean sure its great, but do you play them all? my main point is why not invest in a #### kickass amp(s) or boutique pedal board?

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Yeah, i play them all but, not often. i just collected them over the years. my favorite is the Dakota red '66.

I have enough amps, anyway....

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Mine's a '69 RI in Vintage White. I've put a black pickguard on it and a full sized Kent Armstrong humbucker in the bridge.

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1965 Parts Mustang w/a couple of hardware upgrades and refin.

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Yeah, that's about as orange as orange gets!

What colour is that mustang Jace?

It gave me a great idea for a compstang, but i'm not sharing it with you panzies!

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Its about time you got another grudnge guitar Tool, instead of noodling around on your Strat.

Backwards is the new forwards in music. ;-)

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Wow you all have really cool mustangs. The comp blue or ocean torquoise the 69 ri with the matching headstock.

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Yeah, that's about as orange as orange gets!

What colour is that mustang Jace?

It gave me a great idea for a compstang, but i'm not sharing it with you panzies!

Its ocean turquiose

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my 69 White Reissue and a 65'ish Reissue from Fender Japan so Im not really sure what year its supposed to be, but it has the 65 features mostly.

http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a281/ ... uitars.jpg

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my real vintage 69 on the back that I think might be a 71' but I am not sure it has no contour on the back. My 69' Reissue and my Gibson Pete Townshend Signature SG

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