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Music Man StingRay 4 HH

4-string bass guitar from Music Man belonging to the StingRay series.

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Music Man StingRay 4 HHPublié le 04/23/08 à 05:55
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Personally I advise you to buy the united states
1000 euros in nine everywhere
for now I try o test (nothing so surely Lyon Paris)

USE

Probably already looking at the model test 4 strings on slappyto

SONORITS

A sound ...

NOTICE GLOBAL

Since forever
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Music Man StingRay 4 HHPublié le 08/20/09 à 04:23
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Manufacturing States, 21 frets, micro type: 2 Music Man humbuckers, Switch: 5 positions, Electronics: Active 3-band eq: Acute Low Medium. Bolt on maple, rosewood or maple fingerboard ash body, Music Man Bridge Standard with stainless steel saddles.

UTILIZATION

Perfect ergonomics, reasonable weight, contrary to what I heard on the right or left, no particular fear of fatigue ... the balance is perfect. I model rosewood fingerboard, very nice. The neck pickup does not absolutely gene slapper.

SOUNDS

Very versatile bass, a Jazz, accuracy, Rick, really the ideal machine for me! I have long sought (I had mentioned earlier the bass).
There's the aiguuuu, there's the graaave ... I'll......
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Manufacturing States, 21 frets, micro type: 2 Music Man humbuckers, Switch: 5 positions, Electronics: Active 3-band eq: Acute Low Medium. Bolt on maple, rosewood or maple fingerboard ash body, Music Man Bridge Standard with stainless steel saddles.

UTILIZATION

Perfect ergonomics, reasonable weight, contrary to what I heard on the right or left, no particular fear of fatigue ... the balance is perfect. I model rosewood fingerboard, very nice. The neck pickup does not absolutely gene slapper.

SOUNDS

Very versatile bass, a Jazz, accuracy, Rick, really the ideal machine for me! I have long sought (I had mentioned earlier the bass).
There's the aiguuuu, there's the graaave ... I'll let you finish the song ... <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_mrgreen.gif" alt="mrgreen" />
I use it with a head MarkBass TA 503 and 104 HF cab MarkBass ... it rocks! Ok for Funk, pop rock, variety etc ...

OVERALL OPINION

I had a Stingray (1 micro) before moving on Rickenbacker 4003 and I needed more dépaisseur, weight in the bass, after an accuracy JM and Sandberg (great too!) I bought This Stingray HH 1 month ago and it's certainly the best bass I had.
Do not listen to sellers who tell you that it's not his MusicMan is false and in any case it does not mean anything ... it is! <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="wink" />
This incredible fishing on this side very dynamic, "percussion" is the major characteristic of the Stingray.
It's not cheap, but it's so good! I would do again in a heartbeat.
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" For what it&#39;s worth it"

Music Man StingRay 4 HHPublié le 10/21/10 à 08:10
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Cited.
Mine has the maple keys

UTILIZATION

was told of the test well (weight, size of the handle ,....) but in fact it'll stick it's still a very enjoyable four strings to play and the weight is not at all inconvenient.
Access to treble is good.
I find that the gap between the strings is perfect for a game versatile (for the slap: thumb will not hit all the strings).
I play with a pick and it sends! Too besides my head (amp) saw bad ...


SOUNDS

Is a real butcher!
fingers is well rounded, slap it with a pick though. Used with any head lamp is the ultimate! good accuracy for eighth-tempo high (above 160bpm)
I love the bridge pickup: good slap.
My Ashdown 500 EVO II saturates......
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Cited.
Mine has the maple keys

UTILIZATION

was told of the test well (weight, size of the handle ,....) but in fact it'll stick it's still a very enjoyable four strings to play and the weight is not at all inconvenient.
Access to treble is good.
I find that the gap between the strings is perfect for a game versatile (for the slap: thumb will not hit all the strings).
I play with a pick and it sends! Too besides my head (amp) saw bad ...


SOUNDS

Is a real butcher!
fingers is well rounded, slap it with a pick though. Used with any head lamp is the ultimate! good accuracy for eighth-tempo high (above 160bpm)
I love the bridge pickup: good slap.
My Ashdown 500 EVO II saturates very quickly on the other hand because its level of output is enormous. She is active it is on! I tested with a head ampeg 450H and there ... no problem. Cash when the head is the monster will not stop playing!
I rock with and it sounds great. I

OVERALL OPINION

3 years now and I would not change any time soon!
I had an ibanez srx 500 (nice little bass) and before I realized the price difference ...
Nice game, good looks, versatile sound and big bass in you want in here.
€ 2500 new is expensive but hey I regret not tightened the belt myself for having that choice and I would do without hesitation)
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Music Man
  • Model: StingRay 4 HH
  • Series: StingRay
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/01/2008

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