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Jul 18, 2019
EBMM just added these to the vault, and it's like a punk rock Christmas (makes me super happy they're doing these):

Mike Herrera (MxPx) StingRay Bass


Shop Ernie Ball Music Man - Ernie Ball Music Man Mike Herrera StingRay Bass

A straight up late 90s/early 2000s StingRay, with matching headstock and MxPx logo like Mike has on his basses. All the controls are bypassed, disabled.

Steven Egerton (The Descendents) StingRay


Shop Ernie Ball Music Man - Stephen Egerton Guitar

I have two of the pre-RS StingRays, one in this color. The difference is the string-through decked vibrato, single pickup, no controls. Also, on the typical Egerton setup they've just used inserts to hide the control openings in the plate and upper bout, and I usually see black pickguards. This dude has been playing EBMMs exclusively for 20 years, and if you know much about punk rock, this band is one of the most influential of all time, especially the more poppy sounding stuff.

Note that 20% of buying these goes to COVID-19 relief causes through MusiCares. They're $2,500, but they are awesome and if you can afford them your money can really help some other people.
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Feb 6, 2009
England U.K
Seafoam green is one of my favourite colours so it gets my vote ! Rosewood would be a preference but not a deal breaker!
It also says it’s passive so no battery needed but there looks like a battery box on the back ?
Very cool anyways :cool:
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