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  1. Some of the Sterling models are on the cheaper...

    Some of the Sterling models are on the cheaper end of the spectrum, but I would say the valentine Sterling and JP models are solid guitars for the money.
  2. The sterling models have different necks. I...

    The sterling models have different necks. I actually got along better with the sterling neck in some cases more than the EBMM version (in terms of carve and radius, not so much finish work). It would...
  3. Help: you'll need to solder a few wires if you're...

    you'll need to solder a few wires if you're replacing the pickups, even passive ones. You won't need to route any wood for some Duncans though.

    FYI the EBMMs have their pots soldered directly to...
  4. Help: The control cavity is deep but probably not deep...

    The control cavity is deep but probably not deep enough to fit a battery in there. If you rewired the entire guitar and took out the stock EBMM circuit board setup, you might be able to squeeze one...
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    Sticky: interested in a starry night Stingray guitar or...

    interested in a starry night Stingray guitar or Luke III if anyone is looking to offload one.
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    Help: Sorry I didn't get back to you! I used a CTS...

    Sorry I didn't get back to you! I used a CTS 500K/500K solid shaft stacked pot (EP-4586-000) and a concentric stacked Fender knob (MK-0137-010).
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    Help: I did this a little while back with a 2016...

    I did this a little while back with a 2016 stingray. It worked out pretty well. EBMM customer service wouldn't sell me a Dustin Kensrue control plate, but this was before the Kensrue model officially...
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    Question: Definitely going to invest in one. I'm going back...

    Definitely going to invest in one. I'm going back into the guitar and cleaning up the mess I made at some point.
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    Question: Update

    Just an update: It works! For future generations I'll document what I did. Please note I am not qualified in any way to do this kind of work. Iím just adventurous and had an idea and it worked out so...
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    Question: I agree! I love the stingray but the way I strum...

    I agree! I love the stingray but the way I strum (wildly and without precision) means I need to take the volume knob off the guitar so I don't hit my hand. It seems like a few artists mod the...
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    Question: Great point on the grounding, thank you. Both the...

    Great point on the grounding, thank you. Both the stock pots and the concentric pot are 500k/500k. I was hoping to remove the stock pots from the board, but I'll see what that looks like when I take...
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    Question: Thank you. I'm looking forward to see what...

    Thank you. I'm looking forward to see what options are available on those ones!

    This mod is just for my convenience since my hand hits the volume knob when I strum, and I feel like it will work...
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    Question: Rewire Stingray guitar to use concentric pot

    Iím looking to mod my Stingray Guitar to have a concentric pot instead to get the volume knob out of the way. The issue is the stingray has a circuit board probably to make it easier to wire up...
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