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    Looking at unloading either my NAMM JP7 in Firemist Gold (Petrucci demo and Jason Richardson played), or my NAMM Majesty Marrone.

    Looking at $ for the JP7, which is pretty much 'new' save for a small surface blew by the piezo knob, which can't be seen unless the light hits it just right.

    The Maj would be around 2K. The bridge has anodized a bit, so not as new in that regard. But still, overall EX+ condition. Both guitars have been used in a studio recording environment only.

    Only looking to lose one of them for another EBMM purchase, so when one goes, I'll pull the ad.
    Having trouble uploading images, just hit me up in DM and I'll shoot them over.

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    Jason Richardson Cutlass 6 String in Rorschach Red for Sale.

    Have owned this for a couple of months but need to let it go as I haven't been playing it as much as I hoped. Mint PM me for more details and pictures.


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    Steve Morse Y2D Dark Lord

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    EBMM Silo Special MINT!

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    Well I know I said I love it, but I have a line on a BFR AL in emerald sparkle, so it needs to go. It's up for sale on other sites, but I am slashing the price for Knuckleheads.

    £ + Postage - will take paypal but you pay the fees or F&F. Bank transfer, cash etc.

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    G - This Albert Lee HH was completed on August 13th, 1 off- Lake Placid Blue
    N - This Armada was completed on September 27th, Mint Green
    G - This 25th Anniversary HH was completed on April 27th, Venetian Redburst
    G - Silhouette Special HSS Tremolo joined the world in white May 19th,

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    Please be considerate and limit photos to 5 per post. Interested buyers can contact you themselves for more photos. They will not scroll past other threads with too many photos.

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    For Sale: Two EBMM Axis guitars

    Need to sell some of my collection off to help cover some unforeseen medical expenses. Figured I start here first before trying Reverb/Craigslist since you folks are already big fans of the brand and know something about them. If interested, hit me up and I can supply more photos.

    First up is a Axis in Natural Gloss with an all Maple neck in mint condition. SOLD!

    Next up is a hardtail Axis Super Sport MM w/piezo in Trans Red with Rosewood fretboard on Maple neck and color matched headstock. I would rate this guitar excellent to mint condition. Comes with the original G&G tan/brown tolex case and case candy. Looking for $ plus shipping.

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    Last but not least, a hardtail Axis Super Sport HH in Black Cherry Burst with Rosewood fretboard on Maple neck. I would rate this guitar in excellent condition though it does have some minor blemishes/damage on the back of the guitar. Two lighter scratches, one on the back edge of the bottom bout and one on the back just below the belly cut and one smaller but deeper scratch just off the corner of the control cover plate, all blemishes by previous owner. Comes with the original EBMM case and case candy. Looking for $ plus shipping.

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    At the moment, I'm only interested in US sales and CONUS shipping. Thanks for looking.
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    For Sale: Yucatán Blue Axis.

    One owner.
    As new, unplayed.
    $ or best offer !
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    Selling my Albert Lee HH. Excellent to mint condition no nicks or dings, just some very minor signs of use, such as playing marks/swirls on the pick guard. The ONLY reason I do not say "mint" is because it does have a replacement black pick guard. Buyer will receive the original pearloid pick guard and white knobs too. The guitar and its original Music Man case have always been kept in my smoke-free home studio. The neck is nice and dark, solid rosewood, and smooth as silk.

    It is listed on Reverb but can be bought directly from me for $ through this site (send me a private message to arrange) with payment via paypal, free shipping to continental lower 48 U.S. states.

    More pics on request, of course.

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    Luke Tumesecent HH $2, obo Trade for a Mariposa.

    This # of of the Luke lll BFR Tumescent model. Featuring HH pickups, unique Tumescent finish, ebony fretboard and bound neck. Includes signed and numbered tremolo cover as well as replacement to use while playing.
    The EBMM Luke’s are great guitars, the BFR’s are the best of the best, then add on a limited model autographed by Mr. Lukather and you have a fantastic instrument or collector piece.
    This guitar is in great condition and shows very little, if any sign of wear. The neck pocket on the lower side as the finish crack in the corner of the pocket which seams to be nothing out of the ordinary for the music man design in this area.

    Overall this is a fantastic instrument, includes hard shell case.

    Might have interest in a Luke lll HSS, depending on finish, possible other EBMM guitars with a tremolo, Mariposa, or Albert Lee HH, possible another Luke iii HSS.

    No returns, shipping to the connected 48 states unless additional shipping is discussed and agreed upon.


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Music Man (company)

Music Man is an American guitar and bass guitar manufacturer. It is a division of the Ernie Ball corporation. The company is most well-known for its electric and bass guitars. Determined to maintain a reputation for quality, the Music Man company largely produces high-end guitars, especially after being acquired by Ernie Ball in

History[edit]

Early years[edit]

Stingray bass in Trans Gold finish, model

In , Forrest White and Tom Walker formed Tri-Sonix, Inc. Walker had previously been a sales representative at Fender. Walker approached Leo Fender about financial help in the founding. Because of a ten-year non-compete clause in the contract that sold the Fender companies to the CBS Corporation, Leo Fender became a silent partner.

White had worked with Leo Fender since , in the very early days of the Fender Electric Instrument Manufacturing Company as the plant manager, eventually becoming vice president, and stayed on after the company was sold to CBS, but grew unhappy with their management and resigned in Fender did not like the corporate name, so it changed first to Musitek, Inc., and in January the final name, Music Man, appeared. In , the company started producing its first product, an amplifier designed by Leo Fender and Tom Walker called the "Sixty Five," a hybrid of tube and solid-state technology that players characterized as "loud as hell." The number of designs rapidly increased, and 15 of the 28 pages from the catalogue were dedicated to amplification.

In , Fender's legal restriction expired and, after a vote of the board, he was named the president of Music Man. Fender also operated a consulting firm, CLF Research, in Fullerton, California. By , it had built a manufacturing facility for musical instruments, and was contracted to make Music Man products. In June , production started on guitars and in August basses followed. These instruments were designed by Fender and White. The catalogue shows the first offerings: a two-pickup guitar, the StingRay 1, and the StingRay bass. Both instruments featured bolt-on neck designs. The basses featured a distinctive 3+1 tuner arrangement to help eliminate "dead spots," while the guitars came with a traditional, Fender-style 6-on-a-side tuner array. The StingRay Bass featured a single large humbucking pickup (located somewhat toward but not adjacent to the bridge) with a two-band fixed-frequency EQ. A row of string mutes sat on the bridge. Basses were produced in fretted and fretless versions.

Tom Walker played a large part in the design of the bass preamp. They were the first production guitar and basses to use active electronics which could boost levels in selected frequency bands. The preamps were coated with epoxy to prevent reverse engineering. The StingRay Bass sold well. While highly innovative electronically, the guitar was not blessed cosmetically and met with little success. In December , a two-pickup bass was introduced called the Sabre (discontinued in ). A redesigned guitar bearing the same name followed. Both sold poorly.

CLF Research and Music Man were treated as separate companies, CLF was headed by Fender, White and Walker headed Music Man. Fender made the guitars and basses, while White and Walker's company made the amplifiers and sold accessories. The instruments were made at CLF and shipped to Music Man's warehouse, where each instrument was inspected and tested. Problems with fibers in the finish caused Music Man's inspectors to reject a high percentage of the instruments, and return them to CLF for refinishing. Since Music Man didn't pay CLF Research until the instrument finishes were deemed acceptable, a rift developed between CLF and Music Man over payment.

Low sales stressed the staff. The company's internal conflicts caused Leo Fender to form another partnership:

Leo had decided to market guitars under another name besides Music Man in 10/79 due to tension between CLF and Music Man. Production of bodies and necks for both Music Man and G&L were concurrent up to and including March G&L was incorporated May , although some early models with the moniker "G&L" have body dates from March [1]

In an interview conducted by Gav Townsing, George Fullerton offers this scenario:

"At the end of we stopped building for Music Man and never made another item for them. We really weren’t friends at that point and not even talking."[2]

In November , Leo had enough of Music Man's pressure and the ties were cut. A contract was given to Grover Jackson to build bass bodies and assemble the instruments with CLF necks and the remaining CLF hardware. When CLF stopped making necks Jackson made those also.

Given this climate, the StingRay guitar was quietly dropped from the line. The Sabre guitar soldiered on until A graphite-neck StingRay Bass debuted in Fender had been opposed to the idea. The neck was made by Modulus. It was called the Cutlass and the two pickup variant, the Cutlass II. Neither it, nor the new translucent finishes, were able to turn the financial tide and by the company was near bankruptcy. After looking at a few offers Music Man was sold to Ernie Ball on March 7, Music Man's remaining physical assets were sold on June 1, The production of amplifiers, which were manufactured at a separate factory, ceased.

Rebirth[edit]

Ernie Ball had started producing a modern acoustic bass guitar in under the name Earthwood but, despite endorsement by John Entwistle, the bass was only moderately successful in terms of sales and production stopped around the mids. Ball's partner in this company was George Fullerton. The factory, which Ball still owned at the time of the Music Man purchase, was located in San Luis Obispo, California and that is where Music Man started producing basses in

Ernie Ball Music Man improved their visibility in the guitar market with a succession of new guitar models, largely player-endorsed, including the Silhouette (), Steve Morse Signature (), Eddie Van Halen Signature/Axis model (),[3]Albert Lee Signature (), Steve Lukather Signature (), the John Petrucci six and seven-string guitars (). They also introduced a series of new electric bass models, including the StingRay 5 (), the Sterling Bass () and the Bongo Bass () (the futuristic look of which was designed in conjunction with the BMW DesignworksUSA team). While none of these could compete against Fender or Gibson on sales figures, Music Man outpaced the competition by making 'players' guitars with quick change pickup assemblies, Teflon coated truss-rods, low-noise pickup designs, piezo bridge pickups, five and six bolt neck joints, sculpted neck heels, graphite acrylic resin coated body cavities and most importantly, consistently high quality fit and finish.

Entry-level versions[edit]

Initially, Music Man refused to enter the budget instrument market. In the late s, demand for cheaper versions of Music Man instruments had increased, and other companies had begun to exploit this market gap by producing replica instruments in various East-Asian countries. Music Man responded by licensing its designs to HHI/Davitt & Hanser, launching OLP (Officially Licensed Products) to give Music Man market coverage in this price point. This agreement continued until

As a replacement for the OLP instruments, the company developed an in-house line of guitars and basses. Initially branded as S.U.B. for "Sport Utility Bass," this became the non-acronym "SUB" after two models of six-string guitar were launched. This mid-range line, with production cost one-third to one-half less than the "standard" Music Man instruments, was launched in , with the goal of proving that a quality instrument without the bells and whistles could be made in the USA. Produced at the same facilities as the Music Man models, the major defining factors of the SUB were a non-angled "slab" body finished with a textured paint that didn't call for polishing, as well as necks with a matte painted back instead of the "oil and wax" finish applied to the higher-end models. Savings were realized largely from reduced production time, as opposed to cutting the quality of the wood, hardware, or electronics, allowing the SUB lines to achieve their price-point without loss of quality. The product was a success, and supported Music Man when its main line was in a slump. The SUB models were eventually discontinued in September Sterling Ball commented that, due to the quickly growing $1,+ segment of the guitar industry, there were fewer and fewer SUBs in production each year.

In , as a replacement for the SUB line, Music Man licensed Praxis Musical Instruments to build a new import budget brand, Sterling by Music Man.[4] Basses included the RAY34/RAY35 (StingRay 4- and 5-string copies) and the SB14 (Sterling copy). Guitars included the AX20 (Axis Super Sport), AX40 (Axis), JP50 (John Petrucci) and the SILO30 (Silhouette). In , Praxis expanded this line with the "Sterling By Music Man SUB Series" to compete with other sub-$ USD "beginner" instruments, produced in Indonesia and other Far East countries using "non-standard" woods (i.e. not typically thought of as "tone woods") to keep production costs low.[5]

New models[edit]

Music Man introduced the Sterling bass as a smaller, lighter alternative to the Stingray in July of The Sterling also had a slimmer neck profile with 22 frets and a triple-coil pickup with a 3 way switch. The pickup could operate as a standard Humbucker in series and parallel mode and utilized a "phantom-coil" when in single coil mode.

saw the introduction of the Music Man Bongo Bass, the result of a partnership with DesignworksUSA, a design firm better known for its work with BMW. This bass features a fret rosewood fingerboard with "moon"-shaped inlays and a four-band active EQ powered by an 18V supply. The Bongo was made available with four or five strings, in fretted or fretless and left-handed versions, with the choice of HS (humbucker/single-coil), HH (dual humbuckers), and H (single humbucker, the traditional Music Man setup) pickup configurations and a pickup blend pot for ultimate versatility. These pickup configurations were adopted on other Music Man models three years later, using a five-way pickup selector with coil-tap capabilities.

In , Music Man released the Bongo 6, its first six-string bass. Sterling Ball had previously said "We won't be making any six-string basses unless a high-profile player asks for one," until John Myung (Dream Theater) collaborated on the prototype Bongo.

Steve Lukatherplaying the Limited Edition "Dargie Delight" version of his signature model guitar

Music Man introduced the 'Big Al' bass, based on the Albert Lee signature guitar, with an 18V-powered 4-band EQ, active/passive switching, series/parallel pickup wiring and three single-coil pickups with neodymium magnets. As of , the 'Big Al' bass came in a five-string version with the choice of H and SSS pickup configurations. The Big Al and Reflex basses were discontinued in [6]

The JPX, introduced , is a variant of the John Petrucci signature model, commemorating the ten-year collaboration with Petrucci. The new body shape has a slightly thinner upper horn and a more symmetric bridge end profile. The body is also chambered for added acoustic resonance.

Music Man launched[when?] the Bass Player Live Deluxe Classic Collection, with elements of the first Music Man basses — a two-band EQ, a chrome trussrod wheel, vintage skinny fret wire and nut, and hardened steel bridge plate with "Classic" stainless steel saddles and adjustable mute pads, " radius neck — with modern details such as a six-bolt neck mounting. Models include the StingRay, StingRay 5, and Sterling.

Introduced in , the Stingray Special series includes revamped versions of the StingRay and StingRay 5 basses with new pickups and an volt preamp.[7]

Recent years[edit]

In , Ernie Ball/Music Man began an annual 'Battle of the Bands' contest to spotlight unsigned talent.

In , Ernie Ball/Music Man was raided by the copyright lobby group the Business Software Alliance and accused of having unlicensed software installed at its premises. Following a court settlement, the BSA used Ernie Ball/Music Man as an example in advertisements and industry publications; Sterling Ball was so offended at this treatment that he had all Microsoft software removed from Ernie Ball/Music Man ("I don't care if we have to buy 10, abacuses,") and imposed an open-source software policy across the company.[8]

In , Sterling Ball decided to institute a higher than minimum wage at the plant. The entry level wage would be $ per hour. One-third of the then-current workforce of people got a raise. He cited the need to attract and retain high quality employees, and the moral responsibility to provide his employees with a decent income. In a New Times interview he said, "it's contrary to a lot of traditional business theories, I know, but I did it because it's the right thing to do, fundamentally."

Models[edit]

Basses[edit]

Some of the models manufactured by Music-Man are:[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^Bechtoldt, Paul, G&L: Leo's Legacy, Woof Books
  2. ^Townsing, Gav (May 11, ), "Some "Music Man" History From George Fullerton", Ernie Ball Bass Discussion Forum, retrieved January 13,
  3. ^"Music Man Axis Review". Guitarhoo!. Guitarhoo.com. September 24, Retrieved April 16,
  4. ^"Welcome to the All New Sterling by Music Man Website". Retrieved 5 July
  5. ^"NEW!! SUB Series Basses from Sterling by Music Man". Ernie Ball Forums. 23 January Retrieved 5 May
  6. ^ abc"Discontinued Music Man list. October ". Ernie Ball Forums. 10 August Retrieved
  7. ^"StingRay Special Collection". Ernie Ball Music Man. Retrieved
  8. ^"Rockin' on without Microsoft". CNET News. Retrieved 13 August
  9. ^"Basses". Ernie Ball Music Man. Retrieved

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Size/8" wide, /4" thick, /4" long ( cm wide, cm thick, cm long)
Body WoodBasswood with bookmatched figured maple top
Body FinishHigh gloss polyester
Body ColorsChoice of flame or quilt top
Body BindingsBinding - Cream
BridgeMusic Man® double locking tremolo with fine tuners; lowers pitch only
Scale Length/2" ( cm)
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Frets22 - High profile, medium width
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Tuning MachinesSchaller M6LA with pearl buttons
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Specifications Axis
ModelAxis
Order0
Size/8" wide, /4" thick, /4" long ( cm wide, cm thick, cm long)
Body WoodBasswood with bookmatched figured maple top
Body FinishHigh gloss polyester
Body ColorsChoice of flame or quilt top
Body BindingsBinding - Cream
BridgeMusic Man® double locking tremolo with fine tuners; lowers pitch only
Pickguard
Scale Length/2" ( cm)
Neck Radius10" ( cm)
Headstock SizeOnly /8" ( cm) long
Frets22 - High profile, medium width
Neck Width/8" ( mm) at nut, /16" ( mm) at last fret
Neck WoodRoasted Maple
FingerboardFigured Roasted Maple
Fret Markers
Neck FinishGunstock oil and hand-rubbed special wax blend
Neck ColorsRoasted Maple
Neck Binding
Tuning MachinesSchaller M6LA with pearl buttons
Truss RodAdjustable - no component or string removal
Neck Attachment5 bolts - Sculpted neck joint allows smooth access to higher frets
Electronic ShieldingGraphite acrylic resin coated body cavity and aluminum lined control cover
Controlskohm volume pot
Switching3-way toggle pickup selector
PickupsHH - 2 DiMarzio custom humbucking
Left HandedNo
Strings9pppwww (RPS 9 Slinkys #)

Ernie Ball, Inc. (hereafter "EB") warrants for one (1) year from date of purchase by the initial retail purchaser that this product shall be free from defects in material and workmanship. Any material or workmanship determined defective by EB within the one (1) year term shall be repaired or replaced by without charge for parts and labor provided the unit is returned, transportation costs prepaid, to Ernie Ball, Inc., Earthwood Lane, San Luis Obispo, CA , or to such facility authorized by EB. EB will pay shipping costs to return the unit to it&#;s owner. This warranty does not cover damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, unauthorized or improperly performed repairs, alterations, and/or wear and tear occasioned by use of the product, and does not include any expense for inconvenience or loss of use while the product is being repaired or replaced. EB expressly disclaims any liability for consequential damaged arising from the sale, use, or inability to use the product. Any warranty implied by law, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness, is expressly limited to the one (1) year warranty term. The foregoing statements of warranty are exclusive and in lieu of all other remedies.

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