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Lost In Space

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Just got a Sting Ray and while I like it, the darn thing is HEAVY

9 pounds 3 oz

Nothing special about it. 2018 non RS with RW fretboard

Just curious what everyone else's weigh in at
 

TripHazard

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Man that is too heavy. If would not be too pleased if I had ordered one and that was the weight as I have a neck injury that makes anything over 8 pounds painful. It’s difficult enough at 8 pounds
 

jones4tone

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Yeah, that’s heavy. Not sure what’s typical for the model, but you could browse some online sellers sites who list weights and see what they tend to run.
 

Cenobyte

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So the BFR StingRay from Dec 2019 was just shy of the 8 pound region, it was a little hefty and chunky for me, mostly the neck was too chungo for my tastes. I don't see StingRays being much more than 8 pounds though, and 9.3 pounds is entering StingRay Bass territory! :O
 

bmorepunk

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I have a 2017 and a 2018, both non-RS. One is about 7-3/4 pounds, the other about 8-1/2 pounds.

Most of the RS versions are under eight pounds.

OP's sounds unusually heavy.
 
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