1966 Fender Mustang


Located in Portland, OR


For your consideration a 1966 Fender Mustang with a Dakota Red finish! Introduced as a student model Mustangs are often found beat up and messed with but they’re a great way to get a ’60s Fender without breaking the bank! This ones been well love and had plenty of alterations! Change pick ups, tuners and knobs. Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. Great action. Very good condition frets. Original Dakota Red perfectly beat up. Nice weight.


This guitar is in good condition. Comes with its original hard shell case. Pick ups have been replaced with Seymour Duncan Lil ’59 and JBJR. Non-original wiring. Tuner have been replaced with a set of Gotoh. 1-9/16″ bone nut. 24″ scale length. Maple neck with a depth of .835″ (1st fret) and .92″ (12th fret). Neck stamp 16AUG66B. Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with a 7.25″ radius. 22 small frets in very good condition. Alder body finished in Dakota Red. Rocking 6 saddle bridge with original vibrato. Weighs 7 pounds and 7 ounces.


Year: 1966

Model: Mustang

Serial: 156711

Finish: Dakota Red

Case: Comes with its original hard shell case. Added foam for support.

Weight: 7 pounds and 7 ounces.

Condition: This guitar is in good condition.

Modifications: The pick ups have been replaced as well as all the wiring. Non-original tuners. Non-original knobs.

Comments: Can't go wrong with a Mustang.