Ernie Ball Music Man

Description

The Cliff Williams Icon Series StingRay Bass from Ernie Ball Music Man is a precise recreation of Cliff’s 1979 Sunburst Stingray bass. This workhorse has seen more than 40 years of service in stadiums, concert halls and recording studios throughout the world and has laid the foundation for some of AC/DC’s most iconic tracks including Back in Black, Hells Bells, For Those About to Rock and many more. Music Man has stayed true to the original instrument, from the body wood and neck specs to pickup construction and the faded sunburst shading, making this bass great for any AC/DC fan. Featuring a 3-bolt neck attachment, bullet truss rod and a string-thru bridge, this finely crafted instrument feels, plays and sounds just like Cliff William’s original StingRay bass.
Features
  • An authentic recreation of Cliff’s personal 1979 Stingray
  • 3-Piece select Poplar body
  • Pre-EB faded nitro "Back In Burst" finish
  • Original 70’s 3-bolt neck attachment
  • Original Micro-Tilt neck shim adjustment
  • Pre-EB bullet-style truss rod adjustment
  • Marked treble knob placement for exact “Cliff tone”
  • Walnut skunk stripe on the back of the neck
  • Micropowered pre-amp 2-band EQ
  • Pickup duplicated to match exact high output impedance readings
  • Strings-thru-body bridge
  • 7.5” fretboard radius
  • Original gold pre-EB headstock decal
Specifications
Neck
  • Wood: Maple
  • Neck joint: Bolt-on
  • Scale length: 34”
  • Truss rod: Standard
Pickups
  • Pickup configuration: H
  • Bridge: Proprietary Humbucker
  • Special electronics: 2-band EQ
Fretboard
  • Material: Maple
  • Radius: 7.5"
  • Fret size: Low-profile, wide
  • Number of frets: 21
  • Nut width: 1.687"
Body
  • Body Type: Solid Body Double Cutaway
  • Body wood: Poplar
Hardware
  • Bridge/Tailpiece: String thru body
  • Tuning machines: Locking
  • Color: Nickel
Other
  • Number of strings: 4 String
  • Country of origin: United States
  • Orientation: Right-handed
Warranty
One year parts and labor warranty on all guitars.

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