Fender '65 Mustang RI

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  1. peterbright

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    Picked up one of these for a lovely young lady. She may even get to play it.
     
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    I've always loved the look of mustangs :D :Droolin:
     
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    They're also fun to play, with their short scale. And I've always thought they sounded nice, too. A lot like a Tele.

    Peter, I'll bet that young lady will be very pleased!

    Best,

    Michael
     
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    Lovely Mustang for a lovery young lady... how wonderful! ;)

    [quote author=Cooltouch link=topic=11629.msg151385#msg151385 date=1166895815]
    They're also fun to play, with their short scale. And I've always thought they sounded nice, too.[/quote]
    Indeed. I always enjoy playing my brother's 66 Mustang...
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    I like their narrow neck & short scale. Sounds pretty good through a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe with some help from a Digitech GNX4 processor. Actually caught a glimpse of Dick Dale for a second or two.
     

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