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    MM Stingray

    Just bought a white maple neck 2005 Stingray bass ( 3 eq) S/n is E43700. On the pot sticker reads 13. 06. 2005 (13th june). Nice bass.
    It came with a black and tortoise pickguard. Just curious: which is the original one. I think the bass colour is "cream white", but can be only agediscoloring.

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    hi okabass and welcome to the forums

    if you post your sn in this thread someone from eb will get back to you with what they have in their systems about your bass.
    i know they can see the color and perhaps they also have the code for the pickguard

    http://forums.ernieball.com/music-ma...-database.html

    hth

    MrM
    flats for the bongo!
    roundwounds for the fretless!

    eb customer support:
    E-mail: musicman_customerservice@ernieball.com
    Telephone: +1 866-823-2255

    trussrod adjustment:
    Click here for an image!
    less relief / flatter = lower action
    more relief / bow = higher action
    do NOT use cheap tools to adjust with. they break and scrape up your bass!

    if you have a 100th namm sr4: the truss works the other way around on those!

    i have no affiliation with eb other than i love their basses

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    Thank you. I'll ask there.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrMusashi View Post
    hi okabass and welcome to the forums

    if you post your sn in this thread someone from eb will get back to you with what they have in their systems about your bass.
    i know they can see the color and perhaps they also have the code for the pickguard

    http://forums.ernieball.com/music-ma...-database.html

    hth

    MrM

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    aj has replied to the pickguard question here:
    http://forums.ernieball.com/music-ma...tml#post970251

    hth!

    MrM

    ps.. no pictures, no bass
    flats for the bongo!
    roundwounds for the fretless!

    eb customer support:
    E-mail: musicman_customerservice@ernieball.com
    Telephone: +1 866-823-2255

    trussrod adjustment:
    Click here for an image!
    less relief / flatter = lower action
    more relief / bow = higher action
    do NOT use cheap tools to adjust with. they break and scrape up your bass!

    if you have a 100th namm sr4: the truss works the other way around on those!

    i have no affiliation with eb other than i love their basses

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