Ernie Ball Sterling HS FL Reviews
It looks like most any MM, ash wood grain, classic MM headstock, etc etc but the combination of FL neck with the recently into'd option of adding a neck PU really sets this ax apart.
I play it in a duo or trio, no drums, small to medium size venues. We might be lounge lizzids ... or not.
It's a great general purpose FL bass, with a very comfortable 'presence' to it. Altho it has a few improvements over the classic StingRay, it remains a blunt tool compared to so many more modern designs. However, a blunt tool makes a cool ax ... for bass. It also feels just as heavy as a StingRay, altho it's a really bit smaller in most dimensions, so thaz kinda unexpected. It's loveable but not perfection, so I rate it a '4'. OTOH they don't cost an arm and a leg. So if it were rated seperately for value, that catagory would be a '5'.Golem rated this unit on 2010-02-23.
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