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1968 Fender guitar and bass catalogue Page 11

Fender Mustang, Mustang Bass, Duo Sonic II, Mandolin, Musicmaster

Fender 1968 guitar and bass catalogue. Page 11. Description of the Fender Mustang, Fender Mustang Bass, Fender Duo Sonic II, Fender Mandolin and Fender Musicmaster, along with details of the tremolo, bridge and tone switches. This is the right hand page of a two page spread. The image of the guitars described are on the preceding page.

The guitars described here are all produced as Fender's entry-level solid bodies, and as such were only available with limited options; Colours were the basic red, white or blue, with no alternatives in hardware or fingerboard wood. The Mustang and Mustang bass were avialable left-handed, however, at an additional 10% to the base price. All three guitar models (not the Mustang bass) were also available (at the standard price) with a 3/4 size (22 1/2" vs 24" scale) neck.

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Fender Mustang, Mustang Bass, Duo Sonic II, Mandolin, Musicmaster - 1968 Fender catalogue - page 11



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