Eddie Van Halen, Randy Jackson, Cliff Williams of AC/DC and Mike Herrera of MxPx - what do these musicians have in common? Aside from being phenomenal bass players, all four count on Music Man to bring their skills to the forefront. With their unmistakable look, feel and tone, Music Man electric bass guitars have been the go-to choice of the world's best groovers since Leo Fender started the company in the mid-'70s. From classic 4-string basses to fretless models and even bass guitars with 5 and 6 strings, Music Man's catalog is jam-packed with choices for every style and taste.
Any one of Music Man's electric bass guitars will impress you, but if you still can't decide where to begin your search, start with the model that Music Man became renowned for globally. Of course, we could only be talking about the Classic Stingray 4 Electric Bass Guitar. Combining an old school vibe with the flawless craftsmanship that puts Music Man in a league of their own, the Stingray 4 produces a fat, powerful sound with top-notch articulation. This beauty also has a finished figured maple neck, so it's just as much a treat on the eyes as it is on the ears.
As mentioned earlier, Music Man also has fretless basses. As their name implies, this type of bass guitar has no frets, and for this reason they're often favored by pro musicians who a want a smoother sound and strong focus on intonation. Just take a look at the Stingray Unlined Fretless Bass. Constructed with a select hardwood body, Schaller BM tuners, 2-band active EQ and a Music Man humbucking pickup, this bass is flat-out cool in more ways than one.
Music Man's electric bass guitar section is so extensive, we'd be here all day to discuss them all, so be sure to check out the rest of their options. Whether you're holding down the fort with mountains of fuzz in a stoner metal band or letting your impressive scale talents fly in a technical prog-rock group, you'll have no problem finding the perfect bass right here, courtesy of Music Man.