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    Anyone have or have played a Stingray guitar?

    Hey there,

    after seeing the walnut BFR Stingray, Iím curious about these guitars. What Ian the neck shape compared to other models of EB? Also, these necks look finished/lacquered from the pictures. Is that correct?

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    Think there are a couple owners on here. Think someone got a starry night one recently.

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    you should call Pete Dubaldo... he'll be able to answer your questions... great guy to chat with too!
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    Cutlass vs. Stingray neck shape

    The neck has a very light satin finish on it as does the standard Stingray and Cutlass as I understand it. I have a Cutlass and the neck is schmooooooooooth as glasssssssssssss .
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    I had one when they first were available, had to move it to fund another piece. Great guitars. To me the neck was like a silo very easy to play and the pups were very vintage, classic rock.

    Looking to add one back!

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