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EBMM Musicman Stingray H 3eq Sunburst - Beautiful! Withdrawn
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Up for sale is my 2006 Stingray in Sunburst with Rosewood fretboard. It looks absolutely stunning and plays beautifully. It is very resonant and kind of feels alive when you play it...

It is in really nice condition with just a couple of small dings and a couple of cymbal marks on the end of the headstock.

The neck is unmarked and plays beautifully.

Weight is around 4.1/4.2kg depending on the scales.

The case is original and again in very good condition.

It could do with a set of strings but apart from that is ready to go!

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The bass is currently holidaying with me in Devon this week... we will be returning to Leicester either Friday night or Saturday.

Am more than happy to drop off with a buyer on the way back if that helps...

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Yeah - this is the beans - I would be on your way home, but I would lose my last testicle by the Mrs if this slipped in.

GLWTS

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7 minutes ago, Ghost Rider said:

That looks like an absolute beauty! Is it an ash body? 

Not totally sure but It certainly looks like ash to me, when I checked on the musicman serial number checker it only lists the fret board material and not the body material 🙄

The finish is listed as Vintage Sunburst...

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Looks like my jazz has sold so this is withdrawn from sale for now...

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