Sterling by Music Man
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About Sterling by Music Man:
Sterling by Music Man has long been a premier brand amongst guitarists and bassists alike. By making their instruments affordable and versatile, Sterling by Music Man has built a reputation that musicians everywhere trust. Backed by the legendary Ernie Ball, there’s no better time than the present to check out the instruments that Sterling by Music Man have to offer.
Sterling by Music Man originated as a manufacturer of bass guitars that are used by the likes of Colin Greenwood of Radiohead, Johnny Christ of Avenged Sevenfold, and Ian "Bulldog" Edwards of Earth Crisis. Overtime, they have also become known for their guitars that have been championed by the likes of John Petrucci of Dream Theatre and Steve Lukather of Toto. Whether you're keeping the groove on the bass or tearing up the fret board with searing solos, Sterling by Music Man have you covered.
Depending on your skill level, there is definitely a Sterling by Music Man instrument that will suit your needs. For example, if you're a beginning guitarist who is looking for their first six string, you may want to check out the SUB Silo3 Electric Guitar. This gorgeous guitar features an SSH pickup configuration as well as a tremolo bridge. Full of tone with a look you'll love, this guitar is a perfect entry level guitar for any performer.
If, on the other hand, you're after a killer bass guitar, take a look at the RAY4 Electric Bass Guitar. This versatile four string is loaded with tone and playability. With high output humbucking pickups designed for a true and natural reproduction of your sound, this bass will truly get your low end rumbling. It also features an easy to grip slim neck so you'll be able to play it with absolute ease.
And those are only two of the options Sterling by Music Man can offer you. Whether you're a hobbyist or a world class performer, Sterling by Music Man can offer you instruments with unparalleled quality and playability. When you're looking to bring your playing to life, then only a Sterling by Music Man instrument will do.