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Music Man Offers Buttercream Limited Edition Instruments

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Wednesday February 16, 2005

Music Man introduced its latest run of Limited Edition guitars and basses in Buttercream, an aged off-white finish, providing a classic look. The instruments will also feature a burgundy silk-screened logo and "Music Man Limited Edition 2005" on the headstock and just below the neck plate.

The Buttercream instruments will also come with matching cream neckdots and side position markers, along with tortoise shell pickguards (on those instruments with pickguards).

A vintage palomino brown case (included), has plush fabric to keep the instrument well padded and secure with a rich, golden-oak colored interior.

Available for a limited time only, the latest offering of the distinct looking instruments will include all Music Man models except for the Axis, Axis Super Sport, and SUB, Silhouette Bass and Benji Madden model.

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