SOLD Stingray classic

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by brett7276, Jun 9, 2020.

  1. brett7276

    brett7276 Supporting Member

    Jan 14, 2009
    Knoxville, TN
    39B1C7EF-917A-40C8-A2FB-01FFFD64803F.jpeg 284AEAED-433B-4EB8-AEF2-AF805D38C656.jpeg 8712A488-419C-4409-B2DD-A930856CA875.jpeg 08E2761A-7A5C-43E2-8CEA-538A7F550831.jpeg 4EE09281-6FD8-4E61-9D9A-E66423455499.jpeg 83C2FFE7-09FA-4EFE-8FAB-53BD0723AC3A.jpeg 346B5B50-6AEA-4BAE-9B4F-99CB680448F6.jpeg 39B1C7EF-917A-40C8-A2FB-01FFFD64803F.jpeg Just picked this up- and it’s really a nice specimen- however the ergonomics don’t quite work for me- I’m a lot more comfortable on the late 80s early 90s rays and I don’t think as nice as it is I’ll play it much.. set up is as you’d expect low very nice, great fretwork, slap monster tone 9.1lbs so pretty light... bass is in excellent condition- I’d say almost mint- comes with hard case
    $1299 shipped USA 48

    Trade interests:
    70s player grade precision or jazz
    60/62/64 American reissue jazz bass any color except sunburst
    Moollon Jazz - any color fine
    74/75 reissue jazz rosewood board
    Pink flea jazz and $400 from you ( fiesta red rw too)
    Late 80s or early 90s mute bridge ray or sabre
    Last edited: Jun 11, 2020
  2. manny rose

    manny rose

    Jan 26, 2018
    san diego
    wow brett thats a sweet bass,wish i had one of your trade intrests
  3. carbon64


    May 18, 2020
    Out of curiousity, could you explain the ergonomic differences between this one and the ones you prefer?
  4. brett7276

    brett7276 Supporting Member

    Jan 14, 2009
    Knoxville, TN
    The ones I like has the arm countour which is really helpful to me as I dislocated my shoulder several years ago and still have occasional pain