SOLD EBMM Sterling 4 HS Black Cherry Burst w/matching headstock

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by maverick49, May 8, 2019.

  1. maverick49

    maverick49 Gold Supporting Member

    Jun 13, 2012
    Southern California
    Up for sale is a beautiful EBMM Sterling 4 HS in Black Cherry Burst w/Rosewood and matching headstock. Per EBMM, this Sterling HS was completed on February 17th, 2006.

    Overall the bass is in good-very good condition with some road worn wear, bumps and nicks (pictured). Frets are in great shape with little wear and plenty of life left. Comes with Schaller strap buttons and original hardshell case. The case has seen better days (pictured) but it still works in protecting the bass.

    Weighs in at 8.8 lbs on my scale.

    $950 shipped CONUS

    Size: 12-1/2" wide, 1-5/8" thick, 43-7/8" long (31.8 cm wide, 4.1 cm thick, 111.4 cm long)
    Body Wood: Select hardwood-Swamp Ash
    Body Finish: High gloss polyester-Black Cherry Burst
    Bridge: Standard - Music Man ® chrome plated, hardened steel bridge plate with stainless steel saddles
    Pickguard: Brown
    Scale Length: 34" (86.4 cm)
    Neck Radius: 11" (27.9 cm)
    Headstock Size: Only 7-5/8" (19.4 cm) long
    Frets: 22 - High profile, wide
    Neck Width: 1-1/2" (38.1 mm) at nut, 2-1/2" (63.5 mm) at last fret
    Neck Wood: Select maple neck
    Fingerboard: Fretted - Rosewood
    Neck Finish: Gunstock oil and hand-rubbed special wax blend
    Neck Colors: Standard - Natural
    Tuning Machines: Schaller BM, with tapered string posts
    Truss Rod: At the heel-adjustable - no component or string removal
    Neck Attachment: 5 bolts - perfect alignment with no shifting; Sculpted neck joint allows smooth access to higher frets
    Electronic Shielding: Graphite acrylic resin coated body cavity and aluminum lined control cover
    Controls: Dual Pickup, 3-band active preamp; vol, treble, mid, bass
    Switching: Dual Pickup - 5-way lever pickup selector
    Pickups: Standard - Music Man® humbucking /Single Coil
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  2. jebmd

    jebmd Supporting Member

    May 4, 2009
    Iona, Florida
    I had an orange 2003 in this config and the switch in the third position is where the magic is. That’s one bass I miss. Glwts
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  3. maverick49

    maverick49 Gold Supporting Member

    Jun 13, 2012
    Southern California
    You are exactly right about the 3rd position!
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