The bass will only fit a genuine 4 string Music Man Stingray. It will not fit an OLP Stingray or an Ernie Ball SUB or 5-string In the case of other MM style bass, you will need to modify it
There are nine holes for mounting screws and a truss rod pickup routine
It is made of 3 plies of plastic, and 2 plies of cardboard. A 0-2 score. Two millimeters (0. I am 8-0. 0.9 inches) thickness I
The top has a double protection film, which you should remove when installing it
One Bass Pickguard is included with the package
Questions & Answers
What are the different screw configurations for a sub4 with a left-hand drive? There are a few items that could be different with pickups. ?
Due to the fact that my bass is right handed, I don't know. In my case, all the screw holes didn't line up perfectly, but I still managed to fix it. The one I have is a string ray knockoff.
Does the black pickguard have a gloss or matte finish?
Despite its matte finish, the pickguard has a decent gloss. It may not be as glossy as the original Musicman pickguard, but it does reflect a decent amount of light. Purchasing it again would be a good idea.
Are there any plans to fit it on the Sterling Ray 34?
Modifications are not without a cost.
Selected User Reviews For Musiclily 9 Hole Bass Pickguard for MusicMan MM StingRay 4 String Bass Guitar, 3Ply Black
Where the pickguard meets the neck, you'll need to file it a bit more
| Oct 31, 2020
I love the look of this shirt on the USA SUB4 and the fit is excellent
pickguard seems to be about as good as it gets for a nine to ten dollar price tag. It seems to be well made, all the edges are nicely cut, with two layers of plastic film protecting it from damage. There's not a whole lot of flexibility in the pickguard and it's a little flimsier than WD or an original pickguard, but once it's screwed down you'd never notice. Despite trimming the neck pocket guard very slightly, I still needed to make some minor adjustments. It took about two minutes for everything to line up, including the screw holes, and the guard laid
I have cut a good number of copy pickguards over the years, but now that you can buy one so cheaply there is just no reason for me to do it myself. It costs $30 to $40 for the same style of pickguard I have bought filters for $40 elsewhere, and from experience I can tell you there is no significant difference in quality to justify the.
| Sep 15, 2020
It is a pickguard made by Music Man for Sterling
In my quest to find a new pick guard for my Sterling by Music Man ( StingRay Sub Series ), I conducted extensive research.
Any and all sites and contact people told me that I was not going to find one that would work on this bass given that it was made in Indonesia and the holes wouldn't line up. . A custom pick guard will have to be made based on the current one I have. I will need to trace my current pick guard and mail it in. The opportunity to buy this one presented itself and I made the purchase. Today, my dress arrived and seems to fit great! I like the off white color better than normal. It is exactly what I was looking for. I think it has a more vintage look than the bright white and it makes this very affordable bass ($299) look more expensive. I'm really pleased with it!.
| May 16, 2021
Here are the reasons why almost perfect isn't quite perfect
Aside from a slight filing job, I like this Stingray pick guard. It should almost fit the bass, an EB MM four string ‘91 Stingray (see photo), but I'd advise continuing to file to get it to I was also a little disappointed in the color since it did not match. I would like to begin by pointing out the things we do well. I like the pick guard because it's solid three-rod According to the advertisement, the construction consists of layers. A layer of adhesive is applied on both sides to prevent scratches. was in perfect condition when it arrived. correct color I ordered (see below), and it (almost There are more good bits after the jump In my opinion, the screw holes were numbered correctly, and I read some reviews that indicated this is a good start. I am satisfied with the way they lined up and with how my pickup and truss rods were cut out. However, there is something that is As much as I like the pickup and truss rod cutouts, I did notice a couple gaps between the pickup and truss rod, but I am The larger gap is beneath the pickup, so you're less likely to notice it. In terms of the fit to the neck, that represents the biggest problem. Make sure you do not force it, or you'll either break your new pick guard or scream like a baby out of frustration. You can either do one or the other! There will be a slight bit of filing required to make the pick guard fit because the opening on the pick guard has to be resized. Taking the time to do it is not a hassle, but it takes a minute. Ernie Ball may have changed the width of their neck over time? Dunno, I know.
Finally, their color is A light green color came to mind when I was picturing it. The response I got was not what I expected I have attached a picture of white with a tinge of green (see attached). Though I do not dislike it, I would call this a "aged white", or "classic white", not anything that contains the word green. Perhaps it's because of the color of my bass? I think this will look green if you mount it on a white wall. It turned out well, which is a good thing. I like it a What I was expecting wasn't quite what I got, but it was still cool. * Therefore, since this was a special price, I got a (nearly) perfectly fitting three-piece suit I have changed the looks of my bass dramatically by installing MM Stingray pick guards. That sounds good to me. My plan is to buy a couple more and see how they look in different colors. The product is four stars all the way and is RECOMMENDED if you are comfortable filing it down to fit your sizing. The thing just needs to be shaped better so that I can give it.
| Jan 28, 2021
There are four reasons why the book is rated four stars
The Sterling Music Sub I have is mint with a white pick guard. I wanted to add something to make the bass pop It was a risk on my part because I knew there might have to be custom work done in order to get this to It was quite surprised at how easy it was and there was very little customizing required. The only criticism was that the holes matched up maybe 90 percent, but I can overlook that.
| Jan 07, 2021
It's a perfect match! In order to replace the black pickguard on the used Sterling Stingray bass that I just picked up for less than $200, I bought this pickguard
The black pickguard was too dark for me and I wanted the look of John Deacon's guitar from the late 70's. I didn't have to modify my pants because mine fit perfectly right out of the package, just like others said they had problems. Despite being less than $9, I am highly pleased with the performance of this guitar. There is not one screw out of place and the neck and truss rod opening fit perfectly.
| Oct 29, 2020
Good Pickguard. Musicman Sterling Ray34 Bass (98% fit, holes are a little off but it's OK (See photos posted) Would buy again if the company offered some more options. It would have been much cheaper to buy a $10 Musiclily pickguard instead of a custom made one for $75.
| Aug 05, 2020
I bought this model when I had an old Ray34CA lying around
It is amazing for the price. Because of a warp in the original pickguard, I ordered this one as an alternative. The pickguard lines up really well, and overall I am happy enough to recommend these for anybody looking to replace their pickguard. However, I am not very patient when it comes to making these. They are therefore good time savers at a minimum.
| Apr 26, 2021