Sterling by Music Man Introduces the Mariposa

Originally introduced by Ernie Ball Music Man in 2019, this is the first Mariposa model released under the Sterling by Music Man brand.

Los Angeles, CA (January 14, 2021) -- Sterling by Music Man announced today the long-awaited Mariposa Signature Guitar in collaboration with Mars Volta and At the Drive-In composer/guitarist, Omar Rodríguez-López. Originally introduced by Ernie Ball Music Man in 2019, this is the first Mariposa model released under the Sterling by Music Man brand.

The Mariposa is a true stunner made for a bold first impression. With a unique offset body shape, the Mariposa also features a roasted maple neck, vintage-style tremolo, and locking tuners for maximum stability. Made in close collaboration with the Ernie Ball Music Man product team, the Mariposa comes equipped with two custom artist humbuckers controlled by separate volume knobs for endless tonal options. Players can choose between a Dorado Green or Imperial White finish to round out one of the most innovative new models on the market in 2021.

Features:

  • Body Wood: Nyatoh
  • Body Color: Dorado Green (DGR), Imperial White (IWH)
  • Bridge: Vintage Tremolo
  • Scale Length: 25.5” (64.8 cm)
  • Frets: 22 Frets
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Tuning Machines: Locking Tuners
  • Controls: Volume for Each Pickup
  • Switching: 3-way Toggle Pickup Selector
  • Pickups: HH

USA MAP: Mariposa – $549.99

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