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    Mid 90s Sterling

    Hey Iím looking at a mid 90s Sterling and wanted to hear from people on pluses and cons? Iíve owned an early 2000s Sterling and also a 2015 Stingray. Iím currently playing a Sterling by MM Ray24 and I just donít love it. The EBMM Sterling that Iím looking at is priced at $750 and appears to be in pretty good shape. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktochad View Post
    Hey I’m looking at a mid 90s Sterling and wanted to hear from people on pluses and cons? I’ve owned an early 2000s Sterling and also a 2015 Stingray. I’m currently playing a Sterling by MM Ray24 and I just don’t love it. The EBMM Sterling that I’m looking at is priced at $750 and appears to be in pretty good shape. Thanks!
    The Sterling Bass appeared in 1993, first ones with mutes at the bridge and countersunk neck-plate.
    Deppending on the finish, ash or alder was used.
    Not complete different from your 2000 one. Any pics?
    1979 StingRay natural maple

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    Mid 90s Sterling-ffbdc93c-0dd1-4a99-9030-fabd74b4be86-jpg

    Well, the dude changed his mind on selling it LOL so back to the drawing board.

    This pic attached is not the actual bass but is the exact twin.

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