SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

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Re: SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

Post by IPLAYLOUD » Sun Jan 21, 2007 12:06 pm

PURPLEBURST FOR SALE:

http://www.garysguitars.net/product_pics/880c.jpg


Here are my 2...they are on a website, I don't know how to put the pic here:

http://www.smallclone.com/mustang/vinta ... s/TR04.jpg


"Tanlines" on my Bass:

http://web.archive.org/web/200311151341 ... anline.jpg
Competition Stripes make them play FASTER.

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Re: SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

Post by luau » Sun Jan 21, 2007 12:29 pm

Wow IPLAYLOUD, those are fantastic. That's $295 well spent! I'd love to have an orange one but it just hasn't happened yet.
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Re: SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

Post by StevenO » Sun Jan 21, 2007 1:27 pm

luau wrote: Competition Red. I don't think it's any different from CAR, but I could be wrong.
Oh yeah, well that's true. They look darker than any CAR or Competition red I've ever seen, perhaps it's just the picture or my monitor.

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Re: SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

Post by Pumpkin » Sun Jan 21, 2007 5:30 pm

Damn.nice mustangs. :?
My daphne is half green and i been wanting it to hurry up and go totally green,looks nice.
lpb comp looks cool when it purples too :?
Oh and the orange ones....they remind me of like skittles and tang or something.Anyone remember Tang?
Only thing about the comps i don't like is the contours,but then if it had them the stripe would look silly so it balances out.

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Re: SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

Post by i love sharin foo » Sun Jan 21, 2007 7:22 pm

Here is my '71 in comp blue:
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I used to have a '69 in comp red, but I sold it several years ago to fund another Jazzmaster  :)

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Re: SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

Post by John Taverna » Mon Jan 22, 2007 3:15 am

:?
:-* comp blue mustangs!!!

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Re: SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

Post by PorkyPrimeCut » Mon Jan 22, 2007 4:05 am

Seconded. I've been looking around the flat for things to sell so I can buy one. Do I really need a fridge??  :D
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Re: SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

Post by slomomarc » Mon Jan 22, 2007 12:13 pm

Mine might have been clean in back in 1972 but it's been around the block since!!!

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Re: SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

Post by mezcalhead » Mon Jan 22, 2007 1:15 pm

slomomarc wrote: it's been around the block since!!!
It's been on fire since, by the look of the comp stripes!

I like a guitar with character .. nice.
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Re: SUPER CLEAN 1971 Competition Mustang - LPB

Post by andrewaward » Mon Jan 22, 2007 2:48 pm

Nice Marc - wish I had bought that one now  ;)

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