In 1964, the 24"-scale Mustang took over as Fender's go-to student model. With its offset waist, large flared headstock, and "Fender Vibrato" bridge, the Mustang certainly looked the part, and thanks to its lower price point, the Mustang became an accessible first guitar for many aspiring players.
In the 1980s, Fender replaced the Mustang with the Bullet series, and ultimately entry-level Fender production was shipped overseas and became Squier. But in the 1990s, many emerging players in the alternative rock scene discovered the versatility and comfortable playability the Mustang offers.
This 1975 Fender Mustang is in remarkably clean cosmetic condition for its age, and it appears to be all original with history of repairs or issues. Both pots date to '74, but it sports a 1975 serial number. It has a rosewood fingerboard and original Mocha finish. Its original case is included as is a '70s brass-buckle Fender strap.