It would already accommodate one, as that is what they are designed for. You will just have to do a setup after you restring. This includes truss rod, action, and intonation. There are plenty of helpful guides to be found if you do a google or TB search. They will help you far better than I could explain it myself. Best of luck, and I hope you enjoy having the low B! (I know I can't live without mine
Btw, I would recommend a .135 gauge for that bass, as you may find a lighter one to be a bit 'floppy'.
Edit: Here is a detailed guide that should help. http://www.jerzydrozdbasses.com/akcn...ide_ver100.pdf