Page 10 provides description and specifications for two Fender models pictured on page 9: the Fender Bronco set and the Fender Mustang. These student guitars were very similar, both low-priced solid bodies with tremolo; the Bronco fitted with one pickup, the Mustang fitted with two. Both were fitted with shorter scale (24") necks, allowing easy playing for smaller hands - however the Mustang was also available with an even shorter 3/4 sized 22 1/2" neck - perfect for guitarists of any age.
The Mustang was listed (May 1969) at $209.50 (plus $37.50 for a case) irrespective of neck scale. Left handed examples were also available at a 10% premium.
The Bronco, being part of a set, shipped with a small 6w Bronco amp fitted with an 8" speaker and built in vibrato. Both the guitar and amp were available individually, (May 1969: Bronco guitar $169.50; case $37.50; Bronco amp $94.50) or as a set (with cord and strap) for just $294.50.
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