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    Official 2018 Stingray Product Sheets

    I just received these from EBMM and thought they might be of interest to you guys. These are the official sales sheets for the 2018 Stingray and Stingray 5.

    Official 2018 Stingray Product Sheets-2018stingray4-jpg
    Official 2018 Stingray Product Sheets-2018stingray5-jpg
    Owner, Rocket Music
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    The SR5 in the photo. I’m not sure if I want to play it or eat it ? Flagship model or what !!
    (I think owning that would definitely help my 4vs5 dilemma!!!)

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    Yeah, that SR5 in a single H would make me feel funny way down inside.

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    Dang. This is gonna be a tough year for GAS. But, I will be strong. I still haven't decided whether I want an SR4 Classic, or an Old Smoothie...
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    These things are calling my name. Any one know of any good shots of the Chopper Blue finish? Is it a standard solid color or does it have some pearl/metallic in it?
    2018 Stingray Special 5H - Aqua Sparkle (coming soon)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bovinehost View Post
    Yeah, that SR5 in a single H would make me feel funny way down inside.
    Me too - that's my top choice from this new offering - however I'm confused because cruise teal comes with a white pickguard??
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    i wonder how they sound and feel..

    maybe its time for selling some old to try the new stuff

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    Greg, thanks for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by drTStingray View Post
    Me too - that's my top choice from this new offering - however I'm confused because cruise teal comes with a white pickguard??
    I think that's the Chopper Blue you're looking at. From what I can decipher...it looks like they're not posting a little colour square for the colour of the bass that is shown in the photo. If you look at the SR4 sales sheet, they have a square for the Teal (which is shown with the black pick guard) but not the Natural colour, whereas, on the SR5 sales sheet they show a square for Natural but not Teal.

    So, although there are only 11 colour squares, there are 12 colours available - one being the colour of the actual bass in the photo

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    LOL, Greg I PM’d Jack this morning asking for this info. Thanks guys. Guess I just need to read the Forum every morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bovinehost View Post
    Yeah, that SR5 in a single H would make me feel funny way down inside.
    Yessir. Put me down for the Single H SR5 in GREEN!

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    The flyer is a mistake...The featured SR5 is Cruz Teal which comes with a white pg.
    Last edited by Dargin; 02-06-2018 at 08:51 PM.
    "Scott Moreno"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bass Control View Post
    These things are calling my name. Any one know of any good shots of the Chopper Blue finish? Is it a standard solid color or does it have some pearl/metallic in it?
    There is no pearl in it...flat gloss.
    "Scott Moreno"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dargin View Post
    There is no pearl in it...flat gloss.
    Thanks!

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