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Classic Music Man, black with single humbucker.
The single humbucker Music Man Sterling is a 5-String Bass similar in shape to the Music Man StingRay, but shorter and narrower. The Sterling also features hot-rodded electronics: active 3-band preamp, 1 Music Man humbucker pickup with hum-canceling phantom coil, and unique 3-way switching (both coils in series mode, single coil, and both coils in parallel mode). Schaller BM tapered-post tuners. Volume, treble, mid, bass controls. Music Man includes a hardshell case with the 5-string Sterling Electric Bass.
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Comments about Music Man Sterling 5 Electric Bass:
As a longtime 4-string pro bass player who has often railed against the gratuitous overuse of 5 string bass in rock & pop, I have found myself playing more heavy rock recently & have somewhat begrudgingly spent the past few years researching 5 string basses. Above all, I have always found most 5 strings to have uncomfortably wide necks at the nut. When I saw the specs for the Sterling 5, I noticed that the width at the nut is the SAME as my 4 string Music Man. Thus, for me, the transition from 4 to 5 has been FAR EASIER than I would have anticipated, since the neck seems so familiar. As an ardent fan of Music Man basses (I own a StingRay 4 & Sterling 4), I can assure you that the versatility, craftsmanship, tone, playability & endurance that I have come to expect from this brand is fully represented in this model. It arrived perfectly set up, flawless & ready to jam! The closer string spacing & low action seem to encourage faster playing styles & I find myself coming up with all sorts of new riffs on this bass before I actually get down to working. Although I prefer the larger, heavier body of the StingRay, the smaller body of the Sterling will surely be better on my back!