1967 Fender Mustang Guitar in Dakota Red


Here we have for sale a Fender Mustang Solid Body Electric Guitar, made in 1967 at the Fullerton factory in California with a Dakota red lacquer finish, alder body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard and sold with Non Original Hard Case.

This is a VERY well-played but original 1967 Fender Mustang, made less than three years after the model's debut in 1964. The Mustang was Fender's classiest student guitar, basically a Duo-Sonic with the new "Dynamic Vibrato" tailpiece and a floating bridge.

As one of the more affordable “genuine vintage Fender guitars” in the ’80s and ’90s, Mustangs were snapped up and hot-rodded by punk, grunge, indie-rock and alt-rock players who were in search of punchier, more powerful sounds than the original, fairly weak single-coil pickups could provide.

The features of the instrument are typical for this year. The body on sports a Dakota red lacquer finish with a lot of wear but not much fade. The pickguard is laminated plastic with a white pearloid top layer. It features a Maple neck with Rosewood fretboard, double cutaway body, white pickguard, two single coil pickups, two control knobs, two slider switches, Fender tuning machines, vibrato tremolo system, chrome Fender neckplate.


All our guitars are available to view and play at Sandrock House upon request. Please contact us for more information.

Delivery: £60