1966 mustang time for new paint!

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Re: 1966 mustang time for new paint!

Post by Unscarredrx8 » Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:42 am

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Can't wait to see it
Awesome to see how you've kept it and are giving it the love you belive it deserves

Now need to find myself a guitar worth keeping O.e
Thanks! It really feels like an heirloom to me! I've owned 6 mustangs in my time and there's something special about the way this one plays and feels. It's the best playing and sounding one I've owned. It's hard with guitars to find that one. Especially online you can't try it out beforehand...

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Re: 1966 mustang time for new paint!

Post by Unscarredrx8 » Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:49 am

Just bought this plate. I liked the earlier serial number it just makes more sense with the slab neck since they were ended in late 66....

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Re: 1966 mustang time for new paint!

Post by Unscarredrx8 » Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:42 am

I can't stand the excitement knowing its in the shop being worked on. I wonder where he's at with it? :)

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Re: 1966 mustang time for new paint!

Post by Witchburner » Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:27 am

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Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:42 am
Thanks! It really feels like an heirloom to me! I've owned 6 mustangs in my time and there's something special about the way this one plays and feels. It's the best playing and sounding one I've owned. It's hard with guitars to find that one. Especially online you can't try it out beforehand...
Yeah I can understand that, a lot of times I see a gutiar like that but it's pricepoint is so far fetched tbh

I've gotten rid of so many gutiars, but I always keep this JM i built, but it's not 'the one', it's just a good guitar to me

Let's hear some clips once you get it together agiain

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Re: 1966 mustang time for new paint!

Post by Unscarredrx8 » Wed Jan 24, 2018 10:29 am

Witchburner wrote:
Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:27 am
Unscarredrx8 wrote:
Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:42 am
Thanks! It really feels like an heirloom to me! I've owned 6 mustangs in my time and there's something special about the way this one plays and feels. It's the best playing and sounding one I've owned. It's hard with guitars to find that one. Especially online you can't try it out beforehand...
Yeah I can understand that, a lot of times I see a gutiar like that but it's pricepoint is so far fetched tbh

I've gotten rid of so many gutiars, but I always keep this JM i built, but it's not 'the one', it's just a good guitar to me

Let's hear some clips once you get it together agiain
Ok will do! I play heavy rock with some metal in there. It sounds good for that style think it's the hot rail it sounds awesome! Surprisingly i keep this in dropped c# and it doesnt buzz and stays in tune!

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Re: 1966 mustang time for new paint!

Post by Unscarredrx8 » Wed Jan 24, 2018 10:37 am

Yes people do ask redicoulous prices even for stang that got old and definately need a paint job! I draw a line when it comes to all original stuff the paint has to be Good to excellent for me unless the price is right for a beautifuly beat up one that has a cool vintage vibe...

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Re: 1966 mustang time for new paint!

Post by Unscarredrx8 » Tue Feb 20, 2018 6:43 pm

Update here's the paint! I'll post when its all put together it looks fantastic!

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