Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray 5 HH, (front), (back), (headstock back), (case). Very clean Stingray that’s an excellent player. A list of Stingray players is a virtual who’s-who of the best bassists on the scene over the past 20 years. It’s hard to picture “Flea” without seeing him slinging a Stingray. By virtue of it’s utter simplicity, comfort, ease of play, and most of all tone, the Stingray became an immediate classic when first introduced in the 70’s. With its characteristic large pickguard and oversize pickups, the Stingray is immediately recognizable as a veritable funk/rock machine. Although simple in looks, it’s deceptively versatile by virtue of its dual humbucker design, combined with a 5-way selector and 3-band active EQ (bass-mid-treb), each with a center-detented cut/boost knob. With the 5-way selector you can get the classic Stingray humbucker sound, two single coils together (like a Jazz bass), bothhumbuckers together or individual neck or bridge pickups. This bass is very clean all around, well cared for since new 2 years ago. The set up is fantastic and it has one of the most comfortable necks you’ll find on a 5-string with sufficient string spacing that even large hands can get around easily. For full specs, click here for Musicman’s site. A new one in Natural lists at $2800, selling new for $1960, but you can get this clean used one for just $1175. Includes original Musicman case. I have another in Sunburst for a little more if interested (pic).