Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray Bass Guitar With Humbucker/Piezo Pickups  

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Few 4-string electric basses are as flat-out cool or have as much powerful tone as the MusicMan StingRay. Introduced in 1976, the StingRay was the first bass to feature active electronics and advancem... Read More

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Overview

Few 4-string electric basses are as flat-out cool or have as much powerful tone as the MusicMan StingRay. Introduced in 1976, the StingRay was the first bass to feature active electronics and advancements such as a 6-bolt neck joint, contoured body, superior neck truss-rod system, and rock-solid bridge, all of which keep it on top of the pack. The StingRay is constructed with a select hardwood body, maple neck, Schaller BM tuners, 3-band active EQ, and a MusicMan humbucker/piezo bridge.

Features
  • Massive humbucker and piezo pickups on bridge
  • 3-band active EQ
  • Select hardwood body
  • Maple neck
  • Schaller BM tapered-post tuners
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
One year parts and labor warranty on all guitars.


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Piezo StingRay

By Golem

from Troy NY

Both of mine [4 & 5 string] are FL. The piezo is quite noticeable and adds a "natural" character to the voice. I have tried a fretted piezo, and altho there is some effect if you insist on listening for it, it is so reduced on the fretted version that I wouldn't bother with it ... especially since you cannot get a neck PU AND a piezo on the same StingRay. For FL I'd rather have the piezo than the neck PU. For fretted I'd rather have the neck PU. YMMV.

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