1965 Fender Mustang Red

1965 Fender Mustang Red

"FENDER MUSTANG: The all new Fender Mustang meets the demand for a low priced model... Two new high fidelity pickups are standard on each guitar with a three position switch for each... one of the finest performing guitars in its price range." -- Fender Catalog, 1965   Make and Model: Fender Mustang Red…
1963 Fender VI

1963 Fender VI

Leo Fender debuted the "VI" in 1961 as the next model utilizing the patented offset contour waist body after the Jazzmaster. It's possible that the popularity of Danelectro's electric baritone guitar (1956) gave rise to Leo's upgraded version with an additional pickup, fully adjustable floating bridge, and smooth tremolo design.…
1966 Fender Jazzmaster

1966 Fender Jazzmaster

Leo Fender debuted the new Jazzmaster model in the summer 1958 catalog with a radical new shape: the offset contour waist. Many Jazz players at the time preferred playing guitar sitting down and Leo wanted the body to fit comfortably over the player's knee, fitted nicely to the rib cage.…
1964 Fender Reverb 6G15

1964 Fender Reverb 6G15

Prior to Fender releasing the Reverb-Amp line in 1964, guitar players utilized an external Reverb Unit in the signal chain to get that thick swampy reverb tone out of their Fender amp. The (internal) Reverb-Amps are convenient and sound wonderful but it's hard to beat the wide range of Reverb…
1967 Fender Musicmaster II Red

1967 Fender Musicmaster II Red

Leo Fender introduced Musicmaster model in 1956 to fill the gap that was student level solid body guitars. While the Musicmaster and Duo-Sonic received fewer appointments than the professional grade guitars, they were made to the same high quality standards. Both models were redesigned in 1964 and received a 24" scale…
1965 Holiday Harmony Bobkat H17V Three Pickup

1965 Holiday Harmony Bobkat H17V Three Pickup

The Harmony Bobkat platform was offered in various configurations from 1963 until about 1971. It featured an offset style body and DeArmond manufactured wiring harness and pickups. The Holiday branded instruments made by Harmony were sold through the Alden catalog and were basically the same guitars with minor differences. One rare…
1969 Fender Mustang Competition Red

1969 Fender Mustang Competition Red

The Fender Mustang debuted in 1964 just as that Ford model of the same name came out. It wasn't until 1969 that the Mustang got a new paint job with racing stripes down upper bass bout. The Mustang only came in this configuration with matching headstock from 1969 to 1970. The Competition…
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