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MusicMan Limited Edition StingRay Four String-Envy Green


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Builder: Ernie Ball MusicMan-San Luis Obispo, California.
Model: StingRay (Limited Edition).
Serial Number: E42423.
Case/Gigbag:
Original MusicMan hardshell case.

Dimensions
Scale Length: 34 inches.
Neck Shape: Flat oval.
Width at Nut: 1-5/8 inches.
String Width at Bridge: 2-5/16 inches.
Overall Length: 44-7/8 inches.
Widest: 13-1/2 inches.
Weight: 9.8 pounds.

Construction
Neck: One piece maple, bolt-on (six bolts), black gloss headstock face with gold silk screened logo, clear gloss finish on the rear of the headstock, satin finish on the neck.
Fingerboard: Rosewood (pao ferro), twenty one frets (high profile, wide, highly polished), mother-of-pearl dots on the face, small white dots on the upper edge, white bone nut.
Body: One piece ash, envy green with optional abalone pickguard.
Finish: High gloss polyester.

Hardware
Bridge: MusicMan chrome plated, hardened steel bridge plate, stainless steel saddles, adjustable for string height and intonation. string height and intonation.
Tuners:
Schaller BM, tapered string posts, chrome finish.
Strap buttons: Chrome, non locking.
Outputs: 1/4" mono.

Electronics
Pickup: MusicMan humbucking.
Controls: Optional three band EQ, volume, treble, mid, bass, knurled knobs with chrome finish.
Preamp: MusicMan active, nine volt power supply.

Condition
Fret wear: None.
Superficial wear:
None.
Deep wear: None
.
Other: None
.
Hardware wear: None.
Pickups wear: None.
Overall Condition: Brand New.

Purchasing information.
Asking price: $1,500.
Consignment: No.
Trades Considered? No.
Offers Considered? No.
Location (contact): BunnyBass-NC (Jimmy or Kim).
 
Comments:

     MusicMan launched this second run limited edition series in June of 2004. This StingRay bass incorporates all of the high quality features usually found in stock models and takes them a few steps further visually for a little more "eye appeal". The bass feels just great right out of the case and into your hands. Well balanced with a fine string set-up, excellent tone, super smooth neck-you can plug in and go! It is very evident that Ernie Ball and Sterling Ball have strived diligently to maintain the MusicMan quality throughout the years since their 1984 purchase of the company. We at BunnyBass have always had a high level of respect for Leo Fender and his pioneering genius. His vision and efforts have gotten us players and luthiers where we are these days. Hats off to Ernie Ball and company for carrying on the fine tradition.

This instrument is documented in the BunnyBass Musical Instrument Archive.

      

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