Each boasting premium features, big upgrades and fresh finishes, there’s a lot to go through about these new models, so let’s dive in.
StingRay SR50 Guitar
Available in two new finishes: Buttermilk and Firemist Silver, the new StingRay SR50 has gotten some big upgrades from its predecessor, including a roasted maple neck, poplar body, a smooth vintage-style vibrato and locking tuners.
StingRay Ray34 and 35 Basses
This bass is all-new for 2022. The StingRay Ray 34 and 35 models feature a roasted maple neck, a modern contoured body, and a three-band active pickup. It’s available in a slew of contemporary colours, including a collection of sparkle and flame maple top finishes, such as the purple sparkle seen below.
This guitar was designed in collaboration with the Mars Volta’s Omar Rodríguez-López, and features a roasted maple neck, locking tuners, three-way switching and two humbucking pickups controlled by separate volume knobs. The best-selling axe is now available in a Pueblo Pink finish as seen below.
The Cutlass has received a makeover since its 2021 launch, and is available in two new satin finishes, Daphne Blue Satin, and Pueblo Pink Satin. The 2022 Cutlass features a vintage-style tremolo, an oversized 4+2 headstock for a straight-through angle, and an HSS configuration with 5-way switching. There’s also a roasted maple neck, topped with a set of locking tuners.
Prices and more detailed specifications for the guitars are yet to go live on the Sterling By Music Man site.