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A sumptuous bookmatched maple top atop the basswood bogy snugs up to the 5-bolt maple neck. A Floyd...
Same great basswood body and dual humbuckers as the 4-string Bongo with the added range of a low B.
Give me five!
The tricked out version!
The latest evolution in the John Petrucci line of signature guitars.
The John Petrucci Signature JPX-7 7-String electric guitar features a slightly larger symmetrical chambered...
An amazing axe designed with one of rock's reigning superpowers.
The John Petrucci Signature JPX-6 features a slightly larger symmetrical chambered alder body, ebony...
Featuring a beautifully worked bird's eye maple neck.
Designed by Steve Lukather and the MusicMan R&D team!
A unique instrument with advanced features and great style.
The epitome of form and function.
The best of the old and new with unmistakable Music Man craftsmanship in this 5-string speed demon.
Totally killer design looks like tomorrow, sounds incredible.
The Music Man Reflex electric guitar sports two DiMarzio custom humbucking pickups with 10 very distinct...
Music Man was founded in 1971 by Forrest White, Tom Walker and Leo Fender. The company's StingRay bass was introduced in 1976 and its innovative features have kept it at the head of its class to this day. In 1984, Music Man was sold to Ernie Ball, of guitar string fame. Ernie's son, Sterling Ball, eventually became the owner of what is now called the Ernie Ball Music Man Company. A respected bassist, Sterling had tested prototypes of the StingRay bass for Leo Fender as a teenager. Under Sterling's direction, the Sterling bass series was introduced in 1993 and was named most innovative bass by Musician magazine. Today, Music Man guitars and basses continue to offer extraordinary tone combined with sleek, cutting-edge looks and comfortable playability.