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Sterling by Music Man Ray35
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Sterling by Music Man Ray35

5+ string bass guitar from Sterling by Music Man belonging to the Ray series.

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" Very good 5-string"

Sterling by Music Man Ray35Published on 01/19/13 at 02:55
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Sterling by music man made in indonesia I think quality not U.S. but I do not see the difference. Any defect in design, can be a bit heavy, but probably like her cousins.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, those who can solo the acute form is very good.

SOUNDS

Perfect for pop - rock. I play with a Gallien Kruger combo (B115 I think), an effects pedal and the sound is fabulous.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years. This is my first 5 string, I played (and I still play sometimes) on 4 strings, but as my singers détunent without stopping pieces to fit them téciture, 5 strings are sometimes practical to implement. So I'm a little lost at first, but now here sounds good.......
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Sterling by music man made in indonesia I think quality not U.S. but I do not see the difference. Any defect in design, can be a bit heavy, but probably like her cousins.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, those who can solo the acute form is very good.

SOUNDS

Perfect for pop - rock. I play with a Gallien Kruger combo (B115 I think), an effects pedal and the sound is fabulous.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years. This is my first 5 string, I played (and I still play sometimes) on 4 strings, but as my singers détunent without stopping pieces to fit them téciture, 5 strings are sometimes practical to implement. So I'm a little lost at first, but now here sounds good.
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  • Manufacturer: Sterling by Music Man
  • Model: Ray35
  • Series: Ray
  • Category: 5+ string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/25/2012

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