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The StingRay 5 with dual humbuckers.
Same great basswood body and dual humbuckers as the 4-string Bongo with the added range of a low B.
Totally killer design looks like tomorrow, sounds incredible with its basswood body and dual humbuckers.<br />
Known as the comfortable cousin of the StingRay, it's the Music Man Sterling with 2 pickups!
The best of the old and new with unmistakable Music Man craftsmanship.
The StingRay armed with dual humbuckers and an ultrafast Sterling neck.
Give me five!
Featuring a beautifully worked bird's eye maple neck.
A smaller, comfortable cousin of the StingRay.
This smoker features a high-gloss alder body in a contemporary design all its own. Triple single-coil pickups...
Similar in shape to the StingRay, but shorter and narrower. Features hot-rodded electronics: active 3-band...
Totally killer design looks like tomorrow, sounds incredible.
Music Man has always been regarded as an innovative company in the music world. Officially founded in 1974, Music Man has been keeping the low end rumbling with its line a basses for performers of all skill levels for 30 years. Music Man bass guitars are played by such an incredible mix of musicians that it’s easy to see their appeal. Bassists such as Cliff Williams of AC/DC, Robert Trujillo of Metallica, John Deacon of Queen, Simon Gallup of the Cure, Tim Commerford of Rage Against the Machine, Tony Kanal of No Doubt, Jason James of Bullet For My Valentine, Dave “Phoenix” Farrell of Linkin Park, Roger Manganelli of Less Than Jake, and Josh Woodard of A Day to Remember, all keep the rhythm on Music Man bass guitars, as do and more. This collection of legendary and modern bass players young and old, from a diverse range of musical backgrounds, can all agree on one thing: Music Man bass guitars deliver the quality tones they crave.
When picking out a Music Man bass of your own, the first thing you’ll notice is that they are built to stand out amongst the competition. Basses such as the Bongo 5 HS Piezo Bass have often been referred to as “game changers” within the industry. The Bongo features a resonant basswood body, neodymium pickups and an 18-volt preamp. These specs provide it with a tone that is markedly different than almost any other bass guitar, making the Bongo a hit with musicians striving to differentiate from the competition. Other classic Music Man bass guitars include the StingRay, which is known for its punchy sound, and the award winning Sterling, which is known as a compact instrument that doesn’t sacrifice power for size.
Music Man has always been a name that musicians can trust. With their incredible durability and constant attempts to push the bass guitar forward, their instruments are a testament to their forward-thinking ideals and craftsmanship. Whether you’re a hobbyist or a touring musician, you will find a Music Man that is perfectly suited to you and your needs.