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Music Man Stingray 5 HH 5-String Electric Bass
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The StingRay 5 with dual humbuckers.

Get deep and dirty with this awesome design. Instead of the traditional single humbucker, this StingRay is armed with 2 of the massive Music Man pickups with hum-canceling phantom coils. It has an active 3-band preamp and unique 5-way switching (both coils in series mode, single-coil, or both coils in parallel mode). Select hardwood body and Schaller tuners. See dropdown menu for more options.

Music Man Stingray 5 HH 5-String Electric Bass Features:

  • 2 massive humbucking pickups with 3-band active preamp
    Select hardwood body
    Select neck/fretboard woods (see dropdown for options)
    Schaller BM tapered-post tuners
    Volume, treble, and bass controls

Music Man Stingray 5 HH 5-String Electric Bass

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  • great all around value

    As reviewed by Jon McCormick on 11/3/2010

    I am 35 years playing bass, and have owned just about every brand you can spend money on- purchased a Stingray V fretless H/Piezo last year and was overall extremely satisfied with the product. I decided to add a fretted bass and now have just taken delivery of a new Stingray V HH, rosewood fingerboard. There is a huge variety of sounds in this bass, the HH is much improved in my opinion over the single pickup bass. Quality of construction is excellent, it feels solid and plays great. I play primarily jazz and funk, and I can't see how these two basses would fail to do the job. Thumbs up to the people at Musicman for putting together such a nice bass for such a reasonable price.

    8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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  • Effortless

    As reviewed by Matt on 1/23/2011

    I love this axe. Picked it up a few weeks ago and I feel like I've been playing it for years. I've got it set-up just the way I like it and it plays so smooth and effortlessly. Great tone. The positives are too many to mention -- 5-way pickup selector, built-in preamp with fully sweepable EQ for treble, mids and lows, perfect workmanship and attention to detail and a classic shape. I also love the unfinished maple neck. I give it 4 stars only because it is very heavy. This thing easily weighs 20% more than my Fender J. My shoulder and upper back start feeling the pain after 30 minutes of playing. I highly suggest a 3" strap! Also, it's got a lot less room for popping -- you have to make sure you hook your pinky exactly between the pickups, otherwise you'll jam-up between the enormous pickups and the G string.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • StingRay 5HH

    As reviewed by Roger Cathey on 7/2/2009

    Bought my first Music Man bass a couple of months ago.I like the True Gold color and the looks and feel of the maple fretboard. I also like the tones that the double humbuckers produce and it has stronger highs than my previous bass. The strings seem to flex a little more than I like when picking between the pickups. When moving back to find a more stable position I find myself playing on top of the rear pickup,and moving back any farther makes it uncomfortable. Hopefully I'll find the Spot or just be able to adjust. Also the unfinished neck is very finicky when it comes to temperture and humidity change. Needless to say that I find myself adjusting the neck quite often. Other then these things it's a pretty good guitar.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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