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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by jlepre, Jul 24, 2012.
Who's with me?
The new SUB SR5. under $300, and tone for days. I won't worry if it gets a bump or bruise.
Aaaaaaaand, we've found my next bass
If only it was a 6
I'm ordering mine tomorrow from my local dealer. That way when they are available in September, I will have mine in 3 days.
Why not a USA SUB for about the same price?
if i get one it will be going to the autobody to get a custom color
Do you know where I can find a 5 string sub for sale?
Plus they are selling in the $500 range.
I dunno, I kinda LIKE the finish.
I want a 4-string in Walnut
I got my 4 for $300 and it is mint. There was a Teal 5 on CL here a couple weeks ago for $400 with hard case
Looks good to me.
Where have you guys found these for sale? Is the $300 price accurate?
I have no clue, all I know is that if the $300 street price is accurate, and if the reviews are as they seem, then I will do just about anything to have one.
Looks like this takes up where OLP left off. With OLPs getting scarce, this is just the ticket for affordable ray.
These are being released in September. If you want one, you can call your local authorized dealer to have them place an order. Once these are released they will take about 3 business days to get to your dealer. This is information from Pat Park from Sterling by Music Man.
The prices are legit too. $279 for a 4 string and $299 for a 5er.
Here's the link for all the detailshttp://www.sterlingbymusicman.com/sub-bass
Honest question for the OP - how do you know they have "tone for days" if they haven't been released yet?
Good point...I'm just going on the fact that EBMM would NOT endorse an inferior product. I have been following the company for years, and that's what I'm hoping will still be the case.