Sterling by Music Man produce a range of instruments licensed by Ernie Ball Music Man and built overseas in Indonesia. They produce a range of guitars and basses modelled after their Music Man siblings but at a much more affordable price range.
So what has changed since last year? Well we still have the excellent Ray34 bass, but this time we have a Natural finish rather than the Honeyburst version we had in 2012. New for 2013 is the first left handed electric guitar to be offered by the company – check out the JP60 below.
Sterling by Music Man Left Handed Guitars and Bass Guitars
Built to John’s Music Man JP6 specifications, the JP60 features sleek styling, along with a comfortable contoured forearm scoop, “JP Shield” inlays, jumbo frets, and our Music Man approved SBMM Modern Tremolo Bridge.
Neck Width: 12th fret:52mm
Neck Joint: 5 Bolt
Pickup Selector:3 Way
Pickups:H/H, SBMM Design
The iconic StingRay bass continues to dominate stages and studios around the world. The no nonsense design, the tones from the 3-band preamp and pickup, the ash body, the familiar oval pickguard has supported the most important music of our generation. No denying the impact the StingRay bass has had on bassists and music in general.
Neck Width: 12th fret:55mm
Fretboard Wood:Rosewood (TWB, HB, BK) Maple (NT)
Neck Joint:6 Bolt
Pickups:Alnico Humbucker, SBMM
Bridge: Fixed, Sterling By Music Man Design
Sterling by Music Man Website
The Sterling website doesn’t have a lefty specific section, but the left handed models to feature quite prominently in their specific pages, making them very easy to find.
For more information:
Sterling by MusicMan Website