From Musician Magazine - December 1990: Kim Deal plays a Fender Precision Bass and a Music Man Stingray. Also Wikipedia lists it as a notable bass of her. This photo features Kim Deal with a red Music Man Stingray https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/31/a6/6a/31a66a1b111c33c17170d5b2eeeadf1b.jpgmore
The recording studio provides the opportunity to experiment with more sounds, and Dave uses a variety of basses when recording. The primary choice is still the Bongo, including the 6 string model. Having used Sterlings for years, Dave gravitates to that bass for certain sounds. He also frequently uses the Stingray 5 and the Sterling 5. For fretless work, Dave favors his Bongo 5, and an older Stingray 5.more
In [this article](http://www.australianguitarmag.com.au/2014/08/once-more-unto-the-breach/), this photo shows Ahren Stringer with a Music Man Stingray, and he says, "Me personally, I used a Mesa Classic through a SansAmp, Ernie Ball Music Man guitars – a StingRay – and yeah, that’s pretty much all I used. Keep it simple. It’s a great sound; I love it. It’s nice and easy."more
Josh Woodard plays Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray basses. He switched to these bases after playing Fender for quite some time. Josh grew up loving Fenders, and thus that was what he played first. Once ADTR got to a certain level, he was approached by afew companies. He ultimately chose Music Man because he loved the sound and the look of the basses. Josh also cites Mike Herrera of MXPX as a Influence on choosing Music Man. Mike is a Avid Music Man usermore
I have this bass in mint green. It is truly amazing. It has a battery in the back so it's sound is louder and better sounding. Very comfortable; the fit is perfect. I have nothing bad to say about it at all.
I have a Stealtht Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray 4HH. It's a beautiful instrument, to hear and too look at! It plays extremely nice and has a lot of tone range. If you have the money I would definitely suggest picking one up!