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    Stingray 2000 Electric Buzzing

    Hi everyone

    just bought a second hand Stingray 2000 bass , blond an beautiful

    when i played it on the other guys home it was perfect

    when i got home and plugged it in all i got was an electric buzzing noise (goes up and down)

    no bass tone at all

    i think i know its not the input jack and its not my amp

    what could it be ? have i been mislead ?

    thanks

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    Try a fresh battery.

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    it sounds like this

    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Trussbroken View Post
    Try a fresh battery.
    hi

    sounds like this

    Musicman Stingray Odd Electronic Noise. - YouTube

    you think its a battery issue or a bad preamp ?

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    Easy enough to change the battery to find out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moran Sisso View Post
    Hi everyone

    just bought a second hand Stingray 2000 bass , blond an beautiful

    when i played it on the other guys home it was perfect

    when i got home and plugged it in all i got was an electric buzzing noise (goes up and down)

    no bass tone at all

    i think i know its not the input jack and its not my amp

    what could it be ? have i been mislead ?

    thanks
    looks sunburst in the video, not blonde

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    If, after changing the battery, the problem still exists then email Customer Service for advice:

    musicman_customerservice@ernieball.com

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    hi

    thats not my bass on the video just someones simulation of the same problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmang View Post
    Easy enough to change the battery to find out
    changed it and for several hours seems fine

    but i also checked to replaced batery and it seems fine too

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    (Paraphrasing here): "The original battery seems fine" -- What do you mean by that? How did you test it?

    If you really want to make sure the battery was the problem, you should swap those two batteries back and forth, say, ten times in a row, to see if you can reliably/consistently duplicate the original problem. It'll take you at most ten minutes. Then all doubt will be removed, and you will have complete confidence in your new SR.

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