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Thread: Thank goodness for the Sterling 4 neck

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2007
    Central Illinois

    Thank goodness for the Sterling 4 neck

    I just wrapped up a 10-hour day learning songs for a new band I'm joining. It's a wonderful opportunity for me, a great band... but I'm facing the pressure of picking up a LOT of new songs quickly.

    After ten hours of playing (well, and a lot of note-jotting), my back is sore and my fingertips are feeling it. But my fret hand is going strong. I love that slim Sterling neck with the oil & wax finish sooooo much.

    It is so awesome having found the perfect neck.

    I've got a Stingray 4 SLO on order... can't wait for it to be here. Similar neck with Stingray look and sound, I hear. But this Sterling is just my MVP right now.
    1997 Stingray 4 - Trans Red, Rosewood
    2007 Stingray 4HS - Black, Maple
    2009 Sterling 4HS - Trans Gold, Maple
    2017 StingRay 4 HH SLO Special - Powder Blue, Maple

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    Rhode Island
    Good luck learning (remembering) all the songs.

    2018 Axis - BFR - Buckeye Burl
    2015 Luke III - BFR - Blackburst
    2014 Luke - BFR - Koa
    2013 Albert Lee - BFR - Pinkburst with Sustainiac and Gravity Storm
    2013 Luke III - emerald green sparkle with an all rosewood neck
    2012 Morse - BFR - Dark Lord
    2012 Axis - PDN - Honeyburst
    2011 Axis - BFR - Black Sugar Roasted
    2009 Axis - Pink Quilt (Oinky) with pink video game button kill switch
    2006 StingRay - 30th Anniversary fretless

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