#1
I'm looking to sell an Ernie ball musicman, that has an EMG pick up in it, I'm curious what I may be able to sell this for, any ideas? Or what may be the going rate.
#3
Ernieball musicman sub 4 string (discontinued) serial #x05065

Size 4-String 13-1/2" wide, 1-5/8" thick, 44-7/8" long

Weight 4-String 9 pounds 5 ounces

Wood Selected Poplar
Finish Custom Music Man Textured Finish
Colors Textured Colors Only - White, Black
Bridge Music Man® chrome-plated, steel bridge plate with stainless saddles
Pickguards Black Plate

Scale 34"
Radius 11"
Headstock 4-String 8-3/4" long

Frets 21 - High profile, wide
Width 4-String 1-5/8" at nut, 2-1/2" at last fret

Wood Rosewood Fretboard with Black Painted Maple Neck and Headstock
Fingerboard Fretted - Rosewood
Black Satin Finish
Tuners Custom Music Man Tuners
Truss rod Adjustable - no component or string removal
Attachment 6 bolts - perfect alignment with no shifting

Controls Passive - volume, treble, and bass
Optional 2-Band Active Preamp - volume, treble, and bass
Pickup EMG-HZ
Last edited by jbird2246 at Mar 3, 2013,
#4
If it's in good condition the going rate is around $400 - $500 (if you live in the States).

You should probably expect to bring in a bit less since the EBMM pickup has been replaced. People love these because they're stripped down US made EBMM Stingrays and Sterlings with all the same build quality, hardware, and electronics of their big brothers, but by swapping the pickup out with an EMG HZ (which is a downgrade from the stock one IMO) it loses some of its value.
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#7
Quote by vanesavis18
i don't like it roughly way.


What the F does that mean?!
#8
Quote by Tostitos
If it's in good condition the going rate is around $400 - $500 (if you live in the States).

You should probably expect to bring in a bit less since the EBMM pickup has been replaced. People love these because they're stripped down US made EBMM Stingrays and Sterlings with all the same build quality, hardware, and electronics of their big brothers, but by swapping the pickup out with an EMG HZ (which is a downgrade from the stock one IMO) it loses some of its value.


Thanks for a respectful reponse!