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Vintage 1973 Fender Competition Mustang electric guitar

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2006-04-12)
Price : US $1,134



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Another guitar from the collection of guitar historian and journalist Michael Wright.* THIS ACTUAL GUITAR WAS PROFILED IN VINTAGE GUITAR MAGAZINE IN LATE 2006. More guitars from his collection will be posted over the next few weeks.

If you are into collecting the earliest models, you won’t be too interested in this guitar because there were earlier Mustangs. But if you’re into cool guitars, this 1973 Fender Competition Mustang in Candy Orange with a racing stripe is for you.
The Mustang had its roots in Fender’s introduction of “student models” back in 1956, a pretty optimistic move well before the triumph of the electric guitar was by any means a sure thing. Indeed, Fender was competing with companies like Harmony and Kay. These guitars were the “three-quarter-sized” Musicmaster (one pickup) and Duo-Sonic (two pickups), slab-bodied offset double-cutaway guitars with maple fingerboards, gold anodized aluminum pickguards and small adjustable bridge-tailpiece assemblies. The models did well enough that they acquired rosewood fingerboard options by 1959. By 1964 these guitars were offered in either a really short 22-1/2” or 24” scale. Colors evolved from a yucky beige to an ugly sunburst to red, white and mahogany.
During the early 1960s acoustic guitars had surged under the influence of folk music, but in 1963 pop music began to hear a new...


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