#1
I currently own a Yamaha Pacifica and I am growing tired of it so i was looking into purchasing a new guitar and the first one that comes to mind is the Fender Mustang, is it a worthwhile guitar? Cause i really love them
#2
They're nice. But, maybe it's a new amp you need?
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#3
If you love it, sure it's a worthwhile guitar. But consider the market it was developed for -- the Mustang was intended to be part of Fender's "starter guitar" lineups. If you like how it sounds then that shouldn't be a problem foryou.
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#4
Well i do plan on buying a new amp, speaking of which while were here, i need some suggestions on a new amp. i usually play a very mellow pop like style kinda like acoustic rock transposed to an electric guitar. but i need something that will play better than the little crate i have right now. i need something that can play cleanly for my electric/acoustic yet at the same time play some heavy stuff as well
#5
firstly get a mustang as soon as you can, they are well worth it, secondly i'd go for an Orange valve amp (i think, i'm not that great with amps)
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#6
A fender amp is great for cleans, the pro or blues junior are both all tube and sound absolutely fantastic for the price
#7
Be aware that mustangs are short scale guitars, I can't really see why you want one, probably because you've seen someone famous with one right?

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#8
Maybe he wants a Mustang because he likes the feel and look? Maybe he likes the sound?
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#9
There's nothing wrong with short scale guitars. In fact, short scale guitars are often preferred by people with small hands. I play a short scale guitar (Fender Jaguar -- which was intended to be Fender's top-of-the-line guitar at the time it was made), as does anyone who's ever owned a Les Paul (if you consider 24.75" to be short scale).

Two friends of mine own Mustangs and they both love it. They're good guitars; comfortable and easy to play.
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#10
Well in all honesty i wanted a new guitar to change my sound but i think im just going to invest in a new amp, but what kind of amp is good for like a very laid back style of rock ( and i do play on my acoustic but i was just sayin that i take that kind of a style like a slow laid back style and play it on my electric too) so i need an amp that can do that and if possible sound good on both my electric and acoustic electric guitars but idk much about amps