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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Grizzly700, Apr 16, 2009.
I know what I'll be saving up for this year!
that sounded good!!
And then some. I'm impressed
This Ed Friedland guy seems to know things.
Wow, I am impressed... These may need a closer look.
FWIW, Ed's keeping that.
I'm gonna say that pretty much sounds like a Stingray. How much are those?
Someone correct me if i'm wrong, but I believe $650.00 street.
Well, here you go... http://bass-guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Sterling-by-Music-Man-RAY34-Bass?sku=580995
Looks like $650 or something close.
EDIT: I believe the post above me is correct.
I can't wait to get my hands on one.
That bass did sound awesome. Between this model and the Squiers, you have to wonder if the upline of these models is worth it. I have never gotten the oppurtunity to play a MusicMan in person, but after hearing these clips I would be willing to gamble on the Sterling. It did not sound any different than the more expensive MM Ed played in the other clips he post's. Just my .02
Actually that is not the bass that Ed Friedland played. The bass in your link is the Stingray equivalent which has an ash body. The Sterling has a basswood body and is $560. I think it is stupidly close to an American Sterling which is almost 3x more expensive. There is a real strong possibility that I will get one of these basses.
is this possible to get one with a maple fingerboard?
You and me both. I'm not normally a Ernie Ball bass guy but I'd like to have a 4 string in the arsenal for slapping around on. I like the sound of them. Nice and full.
Told y'all after NAMM you would dig these things.
It looks like a good gamble...
I think Ed can make any bass sound great. With that said, it sure did sound great.
Nothing like a G&L Tribute…any day. These are nowhere as good.
Way to judge a bass that hasn't been publicly released yet.