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Thread: Music Man Serial Number Database

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    I think it was Brian Ball who told me about the "B" serials. I don't think it has anything to do with the instrument itself, but rather those serials were limited in number (for whatever reason).

    The plastic battery compartment was introduced in 1996.

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    Hey now! I completely forgot to give you my info!

    Bongo 4 HH, serial# F10811:

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    Thanks m.

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    trans teal stingray 4, 11th feb 2000, serial: E12326
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    Trans Teal StingRay 4, Black P.G, Maple Neck.

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    Hey - I'm a newbie.

    I bought my SR5 in Dec, 2002 or Jan, 2003. Serial #: E34536. Looking at other E3s listed on the Website, I'd guess mine to have been made Dec 2002. Sound about right?

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    Thanks element

    Doogels...welcome. Late 2002 sounds correct

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    Hi everybody;
    I'm a new MM StingRay owner from Turkey. My bass has a egyptian smoke color. Serial number is E41278.
    I will send photos soon. See you...
    Metin

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    Welcome to the Forum
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    can't find my # either.......MM sterling.........black on black

    # is F04247......i'm thinkin' roughly mid 2001.......

    any help would be appreciated.




    the red guitar is an OLP.......plays nice but not the real mccoy.



    i'll get a better pic for you soon...........thanx guys.

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    Welcome

    It's May or June 2001.

    To get the exact date, you'll have to ask Jon....Ernie Ball tech. You'll catch him if you pose the question on the open Forum.

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    thanx man........i figured so.

    this thing sounds deadly.......can't stop playin it.

    see i'm a drummer but lately the kids have been hittin the skins,and i suck at guitar so.....we jam all the time with me on this awesome unit and one of the kids on the skins.....what better way for us to practice huh.

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    Should I add mine to this?

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    Well, what the heck. E43143, bought new (supposedly just built) 10/04. 2 band SR, natural finish, black pg (originally tort as I was told), maple fingerboard.

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    Thanks Josh.
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    Hello Gav, I just picked up a lefty Ray. What about L 03060 ?

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