Musicman stingray dating

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i´ve mine since mid 90s and i payd 1140DM(germanmarks)and it has an label from an groningen/holland guitarshop, for it! Email me [email protected]: I AM DESPERATE TO FIND ONE OF THESE GUITARS IN IMMACULATE COND. BTW, the Stingray models were only offered for a short time and were quickly replaced with the Sabre model. The Sabre had a different layout and resembled the basses a little bit.

in the earlier jears i saw some on a musician outdoormarket for between 6€ but i actually dont know at wich rate they where selled, and also its a few years ago! actually its the last jazzmasterstyle guitar build by leo himself as the owner of a guitar producingfactory in his lifetime. With this model they dropped the rotary switch found on the Stingray. I tended to prefer a Les Paul and a Guild Starfire IV because they were Mine is in the original white Musicman case. : : : I have a Music Man Stingray II guitar, and original Leo model.

maybe if some more guys write them, so they may do so! It did have a tendancy to yellow more which is how you almost always find these Musicmans.The only writing on the bass is "Ernie Ball MUSICMAN Sing Ray" and "Made in San Luis Obispo, California, USA" so is this enough to give interested parties the information they need or is there some way to work out what 'year' this was? Later, original sunburst was renamed honeyburst and vintage sunburst just became a regular colour called............sunburst :(confusing but true! The short bridge on yours first appeared on the 20th Anniversary Stingray in 96. Although I have just ordered a mirror scratch plate off e Bay. Well yeah - as it's a manfacturers forum you'd expect them to not be too enamoured with people doing that - more likely just ignore it - having said that Sterling Ball did ask someone recently to 'cut Fender some slack' when they were moaning about Fender's customer service/quality control in comparison with Musicman's. Sorry to be the bringer of bad tidings, but it was necessary. I'd guess you should be able to get £650 to 750 for this bass. Mine is an early 1992 model, confirmed by the serial number.Leichte Gebrauchsspuren rückseitig Halstasche: Fender Standard (am 18.Bund- 63,84 mm) Preis: 99.- ( die üblichen Versandkosten) Detailfotos anfordern und zu haben unter [email protected]/2016 78's fretless Fender bass precision Serial number : S845865 with Rotosound black nylon tape wound bass strings (65, 75, 100, 115) for the groove and the specific down meow sound ! Pictured with a SPB-3 but will be delivered with a Duncan SPB-2.

maybe if some more guys write them, so they may do so! It did have a tendancy to yellow more which is how you almost always find these Musicmans.The only writing on the bass is "Ernie Ball MUSICMAN Sing Ray" and "Made in San Luis Obispo, California, USA" so is this enough to give interested parties the information they need or is there some way to work out what 'year' this was? Later, original sunburst was renamed honeyburst and vintage sunburst just became a regular colour called............sunburst :(confusing but true! The short bridge on yours first appeared on the 20th Anniversary Stingray in 96. Although I have just ordered a mirror scratch plate off e Bay. Well yeah - as it's a manfacturers forum you'd expect them to not be too enamoured with people doing that - more likely just ignore it - having said that Sterling Ball did ask someone recently to 'cut Fender some slack' when they were moaning about Fender's customer service/quality control in comparison with Musicman's. Sorry to be the bringer of bad tidings, but it was necessary. I'd guess you should be able to get £650 to 750 for this bass. Mine is an early 1992 model, confirmed by the serial number.Leichte Gebrauchsspuren rückseitig Halstasche: Fender Standard (am 18.Bund- 63,84 mm) Preis: 99.- ( die üblichen Versandkosten) Detailfotos anfordern und zu haben unter [email protected]/2016 78's fretless Fender bass precision Serial number : S845865 with Rotosound black nylon tape wound bass strings (65, 75, 100, 115) for the groove and the specific down meow sound ! Pictured with a SPB-3 but will be delivered with a Duncan SPB-2.WD offers many more Musicman pickguards than shown here.