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1966-67 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 14

Fender 1966-67 guitar and bass catalogue. Page 14. Image showing a selection of student and intermediate level spanish guitars, and steel guitar sets: Fender Mustang guitar, Mustang bass, Musicmaster, Duo Sonic, Champ and Studio Deluxe sets. This is the left hand page of a two page spread. Details of the guitars pictured are on the following page.

This was the first catalogue appearance of the brand new Fender Mustang bass; along with the Coronado bass also debuting in this catalogue (see page 28), Fender's first short scale (30") bass guitars.

These guitars were not available with many optional extras: only red, white and blue finishes are offered, (no DuPont custom finishes) although left handed instruments were available for an additional 10%. Base prices for these instruments (July 1966) were as follows: Fender Mustang $184, Mustang Bass $189.50, Musicmaster $126, Duo Sonic $155. The Champ steel guitar set was $150, the Studio Deluxe $260.

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Image of the Fender Mustang, Musicmaster, Duo Sonic, Mustang bass, Champ and Studio Deluxe sets - 1966-67 Fender catalogue - page 15

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