2020 StingRay Special colors

Search:

Type: Posts; User: mouth; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds.

  1. Replies
    13
    Views
    413

    Lol, sorry, I overreacted and that was silly of...

    Lol, sorry, I overreacted and that was silly of me. My bad, MM bro :D
  2. Replies
    13
    Views
    413

    Lol, headless.. Is there anything more ugly,...

    Lol, headless.. Is there anything more ugly, outdated, cheesy and passť than a headless instrument? Not many things are I'd say. Yuck!
  3. Replies
    11
    Views
    647

    That's a shame really. Even though I prefer the...

    That's a shame really. Even though I prefer the older standard 2 band Stingrays (no string through body, straight grain wood is more stable, body contours, better saddles, etc.) - it's a shame that...
  4. Replies
    13
    Views
    1,253

    Black all the way. That tort looks awful, like...

    Black all the way. That tort looks awful, like most modern tort does - brownish, rusty, cheap salami looking, ugly swirls, nothing like the 60s (or even 70s) tort. The only really good looking tort...
  5. Replies
    6
    Views
    481

    I never liked HH Stingray models - neck pup...

    I never liked HH Stingray models - neck pup combos are boomy, scooped and with much less tonal character. I'd say, stick to the single H models :D
  6. Replies
    11
    Views
    647

    Black/maple is the sexiest Stingray look, but...

    Black/maple is the sexiest Stingray look, but that's just me. I know what I'd paint it.
  7. Replies
    6
    Views
    916

    Help: Quote from the seller: "Great Music Man Sterling...

    Quote from the seller:
    "Great Music Man Sterling series Sting Ray 4 bass guitar, bass with low action, great tone and output, satin Tabaco burst finish, upgraded look..."

    I take it by "upgraded...
  8. I play Stingrays because I like P bass necks, and...

    I play Stingrays because I like P bass necks, and dislike thin J bass necks. I do prefer B neck width to C neck width on P basses (1.625" vs 1.75"), which is basically how Stingray necks are like. So...
  9. Replies
    11
    Views
    3,044

    They have stamped numbers inside the pocket and...

    They have stamped numbers inside the pocket and on the neck, but it's not DOB. EBMM cannot give you any information about them as they don't have them in their database, unfortunately.
  10. Replies
    11
    Views
    3,044

    I have a Stingray EX 3 bander, late 90s. Yes,...

    I have a Stingray EX 3 bander, late 90s. Yes, it's the same original hardware, electronics and pickups. They made the bodies and necks in Japan, finished them and put the original EBMM guts on them....
  11. Replies
    3
    Views
    691

    Not a fan of stainless steel myself, they always...

    Not a fan of stainless steel myself, they always sound scooped. What sounds "nasal" to you, sounds like it has mids to me, and sounds less sterile and scooped to me. That said, I don't personally...
  12. Replies
    17
    Views
    2,604

    I play mine through Gallien Krueger 2001RB and...

    I play mine through Gallien Krueger 2001RB and 410 RBH (sometimes 2 of those cabs together) and love it. GK RB amps with either RBH cabs or an Ampeg 810 + Stingray are classic growly tone.
  13. Probably to keep with the classic Stingray style,...

    Probably to keep with the classic Stingray style, they never had a switch. Fivers introduced it. Sterling 4H does have a switch on the other hand.
  14. Replies
    15
    Views
    4,720

    I tried TI flats on my 2 band Stingray. I LOVED...

    I tried TI flats on my 2 band Stingray. I LOVED the tone, but they were too floppy and low tension for my liking. The tone was a fantastic, mid rich old school tone though. I sold that 2 bander last...
  15. Replies
    15
    Views
    4,507

    Red silks - they might have been TI flats. If...

    Red silks - they might have been TI flats. If they were very low tension and pliable - they were most likely TI flats. Very popular and respected flats, but quite unique. Anyways, I love my 2 bander...
  16. Replies
    10
    Views
    4,281

    This. A lot more tension on the bass neck than a...

    This. A lot more tension on the bass neck than a guitar. Usually, the flamed neck version of EBMM basses have a gloss poly finish on them. My BFR Stingray had a roasted flamed maple neck, and a poly...
  17. Replies
    10
    Views
    4,281

    Flamed maple is less stable/more sensitive to...

    Flamed maple is less stable/more sensitive to weather changes too, especially without any hard finish on it.
  18. Replies
    12
    Views
    2,244

    Help: Either a neck swap, or a neck refinish. I've seen...

    Either a neck swap, or a neck refinish. I've seen a couple where people took the black paint off and put the Stingray logo on the headstock. Is there a visible "tan" line on your neck? That would...
  19. Replies
    4
    Views
    807

    Yup that is your easiest option. One of the...

    Yup that is your easiest option. One of the better aftermarket ones are John East, Nordstrand and Retrovibe Stinger.
  20. Replies
    4
    Views
    807

    Sure it would work, why wouldn't it? That is,...

    Sure it would work, why wouldn't it? That is, unless you grab one of the very early pickups (up to 77') that have the longer pole pieces, those won't fit in the cavity.

    I've turned one of my...
  21. Replies
    27
    Views
    4,749

    It's still just a repackaged LM3 in a heavier...

    It's still just a repackaged LM3 in a heavier case. Class D or not, Markbass have always been lightweight amps. It's not even a big (at least toroidal) transformer.
  22. Replies
    27
    Views
    4,749

    Central Europe. Older Markbass heads weren't...

    Central Europe. Older Markbass heads weren't Class D either. Everything is Class D nowadays though.. Shame.
  23. Replies
    27
    Views
    4,749

    Aren't they basically Markbass with MM...

    Aren't they basically Markbass with MM aesthetics? Markbass is doing ok in Europe, but it's not as popular anymore. Now if those were like the old tube power section amps, that would be something....
  24. Replies
    20
    Views
    3,749

    Question: I would notice the difference in feel definitely....

    I would notice the difference in feel definitely. I'd take that gamble any day, blindfold me. Tone? Nah, less important.

    First time i put my strings body-through was a year ago. I expected no...
  25. Replies
    20
    Views
    3,749

    Question: I would certainly notice a difference in feel. I...

    I would certainly notice a difference in feel. I don't like body-through because it makes the strings feel tauter and stiffer. Which tonally translated to less "crunchy" tone last time I tried, but...
Results 1 to 25 of 87
Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4
Ernie Ball Forums