EBMM Basses

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stingray1au
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Re: EBMM Basses

Post by stingray1au » 06 Feb 2018, 12:41

OT, My Stingray is a late 80's Lefty. Is there any site that you can find date of manufacture using the serial number? I could not find anything on the EBMM site. Thanks Guys

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harmdogs
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Re: EBMM Basses

Post by harmdogs » 06 Feb 2018, 13:11

stingray1au wrote:
06 Feb 2018, 12:41
OT, My Stingray is a late 80's Lefty. Is there any site that you can find date of manufacture using the serial number? I could not find anything on the EBMM site. Thanks Guys
You'll have to sign up to the Ernie Ball forum and bass them on the below thread
http://forums.ernieball.com/ernie-ball- ... e-501.html

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Aussie Mark
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Re: EBMM Basses

Post by Aussie Mark » 06 Feb 2018, 13:48

stingray1au wrote:
06 Feb 2018, 12:41
OT, My Stingray is a late 80's Lefty. Is there any site that you can find date of manufacture using the serial number? I could not find anything on the EBMM site. Thanks Guys
The serial number database at musicmanbass.org will give you a very close date

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