#1
ok im getting a stingray soon and i was going to get a black one with rosewood fretboard but they dont have it in stock, but they do have it in stock with a maple fretboard so my question is this, what is the difference otehr than looks between the two?sound?feel?fastness? i tried playing a maple fretboarded stingray at guitar center but the action much of been real low or something because the stings kept rattling and stuff, do all maple stingrays have this problem????
#2
IMO, maple sounds and feels better on all Fender-Designed instruments. It sounds snappier, it looks more fitting, etc etc. I'd go maple on nearly any Leoesque bass I could.
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#4
Sound beftter, and looks cool with certain colors, black being one of them. Go for it, IMO.
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#5
ok thanks guys i just didnt wanna spend $1165.50 on something i wouldnt really be into. but i love stingrays they are sooo comfortable to me, but what about the rattling??
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#6
the rattling was probabolly do to the low action and maybe there was a bend in the neck... test yours out and see if it rattles if it does, have them fix it free of charge
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