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Fender Japan Rare Grunge-Era 1994 FujiGen-Built Mustang 1966 RI California Blue

Fender Japan Rare Grunge-Era 1994 FujiGen-Built Mustang 1966 RI California Blue


Here is a very cool old grunge-era '66 Reissue Mustang (MIJ S-Serial 1994-95) Fender Mustang. The main Fender Japan Mustang run reissues were MG65, MG69 and MG73. Very few ’66 Mustangs were ever built. The ones that were built were solely for the Japanese domestic market, so you won’t see too many outside Japan. Most were finished in Fender’s awesome California Blue; the only Fender Mustang to be factory finished in this colour. To be honest, aside from the colour and the MG-66 designation there aren't many other differences between this and the MG65. It’s true to the vintage Fender ’65-66 spec, with a slab Poplar body, rosewood fingerboard, white button tuners, 3-ply pickguard (pearl) and F stamped neckplate. This one plays brilliantly, very resonant with plenty of Mustang attitude. The rosewood fingerboard is nice and dark. If you are looking or a fantastic vintage spec player in an awesome colour with plenty of vintage mojo then look no further! There is a clear sticker on the back of the headstock. There are also obviously bumps and scrapes and a few little paint chips. Basically just how we like 'em. Neck is dead straight, truss rod fine, plenty of life left in the frets and no mods, breaks, repairs or routing. Structurally and electrically sound. Weight is 3.3kg. Complete with period correct Fender Japan gig bag and correct black-tipped tremolo arm. Built immaculately as you'd expect from Fender Japan. 


At Gas Station Guitars we carefully hand-select all our guitars, if they don’t blow us away on all fronts, we just don’t put them in our shop; if it’s for sale by Gas Station Guitars, you know it’d gonna be pretty special.  All pictures are of actual guitars, all guitars are in hand and we do not use stock photos. NOT FOR TRADE or part exchange, thanks. We ship worldwide to the USA, E.U, Europe, Canada, Australia, Japan and of course the UK.

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