Are Music Man guitars any good?

The fit, finish, and feel of both models are phenomenal, completely living up to the standards of quality that have earned Ernie Ball Music Man guitars their esteemed reputations over the years. The StingRay has a distinctive voice that’s bigger and warmer than an SG but brighter and livelier than a Les Paul.

Who plays Music Man Axis?

The Axis – which served, under a different name, as Eddie Van Halen’s signature guitar during his time with Ernie Ball in the early- to mid-90s – can now be purchased in Roasted Amber and Yucatan Blue finishes in flame or quilt maple tops.

Does Fender own Music Man?

In 1975, Fender’s legal restriction expired and, after a vote of the board, he was named the president of Music Man. Fender also operated a consulting firm, CLF Research, in Fullerton, California. By 1976, it had built a manufacturing facility for musical instruments, and was contracted to make Music Man products.

Are Music Man guitars good for metal?

So while it’s a great guitar for metal, it’s also quite suitable for other styles. This versatility is the main reason I want to switch to a musicman!

Is Ernie Ball a good guitar brand?

Currently, without a doubt, Ernie Ball takes the cake for the best brand of acoustic guitar strings on the market. When it comes to the electric guitar, it’s a tight choice between D’Addario and Elixer.

Who makes Floyd Rose Music?

Ernie Ball Music Man
Product Specs

Condition Brand New (New) Brand New items are sold by an authorized dealer or original builder and include all original packaging.learn more
Brand Ernie Ball Music Man
Model Axis Floyd Rose
Finish Natural
Year 2016

Why did Leo leave Fender?

1970 – Music Man and G&L In the 1950s, Leo Fender contracted a streptococcal sinus infection that impaired his health to the point where he decided to wind up his business affairs, selling the Fender company to CBS in 1965.

Who owns Sterling by Music Man?

Sterling Ball
Using less expensive materials and far east production facilities, Sterling by Music Man gives you an instrument built to Music Man’s legendary standards and specifications, for under $1000. Music Man is now owned and operated by Ernie Ball’s son, Sterling Ball.