|Company Headquarters||United States of America|
|In Our Range Since||1996|
|Products in Stock||241|
|Ø Availability (1 Year)||91.31 %|
Thomann is Germany's most important Ernie Ball dealer. Here you'll find all their latest products at incredibly low prices and available. For a list of all Ernie Ball products, click here.
Useful stuff to know about Ernie Ball
The history of the business Ernie Ball Incorporation goes back to the year1962, when Roland Sherwood „Ernie“ Ball laid the foundations for the company. the business is situated in Coachella, USA. The official German office is the business Musik Meyer GmbH in Marburg (D).
From a total of 258 Ernie Ball products 218 are directly available and 2 offers are in our current Hot Deals. We've had Ernie Ball products in our range since 1996.
The popularity of Ernie Ball is obvious. Every 20th Thomann customer has bought at least one Ernie Ball product at Thomann. Ernie Ball was brand of the week on 15.12.2014.
With a total of 36185 media, reviews and test reports about Ernie Ball products you will find a substantial amount of additional information on our website e.g. the following 1365 product pictures, 22 different 360 zoom images, 9 sample sounds, 34781 customer reviews and 8 test reports from magazines (in various languages).
At the moment you will find Ernie Ball top sellers in the following product categories 010 Electric Guitar Strings, 045 4-String Electric Bass Strings, Coated Electric Guitar Strings, Volume/Expression Pedals, 009 Electric Guitar Strings and Guitar Tools.
A highlight and favourite is the following product Ernie Ball 2221, of which we have sold recently more than 100.000.
Ernie Ball grants its customers a 2 warranty on all products. We extend this warranty for our customers by one year and offer a 3-Year Thomann Warranty.
Ernie Ball products belong to the most visited ones on our website. Within the last month more than 600.000 product pages of the manufacturer have been hit in our Online Store.
Many famous musicians use Ernie Ball equipment amongst them the following John Petrucci, John Myung, Steve Morse, Steve Lukather, Albert Lee, Benji Madden, Tony Levin, Milan Polak, Lars Lehmann and Johannes Stolle.