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Fender Kurt Cobain Mustang Left Hand

Kurt Cobain liked Mustangs a lot. For one, he preferred offbeat guitars that didn’t cost zillions of dollars, and the Mustang certainly fit those two criteria. Also, being somewhat physically diminutive himself, he liked to perform live with slightly more diminutive guitars, like Fender Mustangs and Jaguars, which better fit his hands and his reach. Just go back and watch the famous 1991 video for “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” and there he is and there it is slung over his shoulder. Or think back to when you saw them on the ’93-’94 In Utero tour, when he seldom went onstage with anything but a Mustang. Quite often and especially later on, Mustangs were a big part of what Kurt Cobain was all about, musically. Here are the details: Available in Dark Lake Placid Blue with the racing stripe, Sonic Blue, and Fiesta Red, Made in Japan, Alder body, C shaped Maple neck with a 7.25” radius Rosewood fingerboard and vintage style frets, 24” scale length, Direct mounted Seymour Duncan JB Humbucking bridge Pickup and a Mustang single coil neck pickup, On/off slider and an In/out phase switch for each pickup, Adjusto-Matic bridge with the dynamic vibrato tailpiece, No case

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