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
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 Vintage Sunburst Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray 4H. 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!