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SOLD EBMM Musicman Stingray (4H/Black/Maple/2EQ) SOLD
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For sale is a brilliant bass, EBMM Stingray!
I've had this for around 8 years now, but the truth is I've got rather too many basses and it's time to thin the herd a bit. As my other Ray is quite heavily modified it makes the most sense to keep that one and let this one go.
2010 USA EBMM Stingray
Unfinished maple neck/board
2-band eq
Dunlop Dual Design Straplocks (originals also included)
Black and Black pearl scratchplates included
It's a really good looking and sounding bass, with only a few tiny nicks on the very end of the headstock (hence the one really high-contrast photo) I've had the Bass Doc set it up to my specs (which aren't your specs, but I can't help that...) but it does have D'Addario EXL170BT strings on it, a medium-low action, and the both the pickup and the pole pieces are raised towards one end to combat the weak G that single-pickup Rays often suffer from.
The bass is completely stock aside from the straplocks, and comes with the original EBMM case that's got a few cosmetic marks but it's barely been used as I tend to use gigbags.
The item is located about 10 minutes North of Newcastle. I am willing to ship, or I can deliver throughout the North East. You're more than welcome to come and demo and try before you buy.
Ideally looking for cash but I would be interested in either a
Flea Jazz

G&L M2000
Blue Dingwall NG2
A considerably cheaper P/PJ bass (sunburst/maple is ideal)
Sunburst/maple Sire V7
Something modern like a Schecter
Pretty much any rare or unusual 4 string bass
Shure rackmount GLX system
Peavey Tour 700
A tiny micro like a TE Elf
Boss GEB7 or similar.
















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12 hours ago, Pinewoods said:

Hi. How much does she weigh?

A macho 4.5kg. I've now added this to the original post too. 🙂

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1 hour ago, Jack said:

A macho 4.5kg. I've now added this to the original post too. 🙂

A pity. Too much for my back. I don´t think it will last too long here. Anyway, GLWS.

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On 17/03/2019 at 14:13, Pinewoods said:

A pity. Too much for my back. I don´t think it will last too long here. Anyway, GLWS.

I own a belt sander, how much should I take off? 🙂

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More trade options added, cash offers taken!

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On hold pending collection.

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Sorry, all gone now. Thanks anyway.

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