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Thread: Thoughts on the Sterling SUB Series Stingrays

  1. #46
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    Wow....REALLY old reply so my bad there, but this is a 3 knob Glockenklang so it's got an active/passive push/pull volume knob on top, middle is a full sweep allowing for all split P or all MM, or any blend there in the middle. It has a center dent which is helpful. On the bottom it's a stacked treble/bass tone knob.

    This has become my #1 show bass and I absolutely love it. It was so worth the investment and the SUB bass is a great platform to build on. Knowing that I was going to do a lot of customization on this project, it made the most sense to start with the SUB as an inexpensive bass to cut up instead of a Stingray or a Ray34.

  2. #47
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    Holy thread revival!
    Brian Martin
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    Praxis Musical Instruments
    Home of Sterling By Music Man

    888-989-7266
    Brian@PraxisMusical.com

  3. #48
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBMM View Post
    Holy thread revival!
    Yeah, I'm OBVIOUSLY good at keeping up with things, right?

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