Sterling by Music Man Left Handed Bass Guitars

Wondering what left handed Sterling bass guitars are currently available? You’re in the right place my friend!

Sterling by Music Man produce a range of instruments licensed by Ernie Ball Music Man and built overseas in Indonesia.  They offer a range of guitars and basses modelled after their Music Man siblings but at a much more affordable price range.

Left Handed Sterling Bass

Does Sterling Make Left Handed Bass Guitars?

Yes! But unfortunately despite having a selection of really interesting guitars and basses, Sterling is one of the few companies that don’t offer much of a southpaw selection. Left handed bassists have a couple of lovely basses to choose from, but guitarists are out of luck with none currently available.

The company did previously offer the JP60 in a left handed model, as well as a few other bass models so you may be able to find used examples.

Left Handed Sterling Bass Guitars

Sterling Stingray Ray4 Bass Left Handed

The StingRay “Ray4” bass features a 9v active preamp, a ceramic humbucker pickup, and a fully adjustable heavy duty bridge. Main features include a basswood body, hard rock maple neck and fingerboard, 2-band active preamp, and a single H-1 ceramic humbucker.

The left handed Sterling Stingray Ray4 bass is only available in a vintage sunburst finish.

Left Handed Sterling Stingray Ray4 Bass
  • Scale Length : 34”
  • Neck Width : 38mm at Nut
  • Body Wood : Basswood
  • Neck Wood : Hard Maple
  • Fretboard Wood : Hard Maple
  • Tuning Machines : Open Gear
  • Neck Joint : 6 Bolt
  • Frets : 21 Medium
  • Pickups : H-1 Ceramic Humbucker
  • Bridge : Fixed, Sterling By Music Man Design

Sterling Stingray Ray5 Bass Left Handed

The StingRay Ray5 bass features a 9v active preamp, low noise humbucking pickups and a fully adjustable heavy duty bridge.

The left handed Sterling Stingray Ray5 bass features a hard rock maple fingerboard and is only available in a vintage sunburst finish.

Left Handed Sterling Stingray Ray5 Bass
  • Scale : 34”
  • Nut Width : 45mm
  • Body Wood : Basswood
  • Neck Wood : Hard Maple
  • Fretboard Wood : Hard Maple
  • Tuning Machines : Open Gear
  • Hardware : Chrome
  • Neck Joint : 6 Bolt
  • Frets : 22 Medium
  • Pickup Selector : N/A
  • Pickups : H-1 Ceramic Humbucker
  • Bridge : Fixed, Sterling By Music Man Design

Sterling by Music Man Website

The Sterling website doesn’t have a lefty specific section, and the left handed models are hidden fairly obscurely. Good thing I put together this guide for you then!

For more information:
Sterling by MusicMan Website

Frequently Asked Questions

Which Sterling Left Handed Guitar Models Are Available?

At the time of writing there are no Sterling left handed guitars in the Sterling by Music Man range. Previously the left handed Sterling JP60 was available, so you may still be able to find examples on the second-hand market.

Where Are Sterling by Music Man Guitars and Basses Made?

Sterling by Music Man basses and guitars are currently produced in Indonesia. Once manufactured, they are shipped to Los Angeles for a final inspection before being send to retailers.

Are Sterling By Music Man Good?

Yes! For the money, Sterling by Music Man guitars and basses are excellent quality instruments. Especially considering that they are Music Man’s budget range! This is largely thanks to a lot of research in choosing the ideal factory, combined with USA-based quality control.

What Is The Difference Between Music Man and Sterling By Music Man?

The biggest difference between the two brands is the country in which they are manufactured. Music Man guitars and basses are made in the USA and command a much higher price tag, whereas the more affordable Sterling range is produced in Asia.


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