It's nothing more than metal screwed to wood, so yes of course you can do it. Although there will likely be some filling of existing holes and drilling new mounting holes. Badass are designed to replace Fender bridges so the screw positions don't often fit other brands directly.
String spacing is the only other critical consideration but the BA II allows custom spacing.
There is absolutely no reason on earth to actually do it except that you totally dismantled the bridge in the past and have lost pieces from it and now you want to put it back together and are hooped. There is nothing to gain by doing this. The Ibanez bridge is a perfectly fine piece of hardware and the badass offers no advantage over it.
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Last edited by 96tbird : 09-01-2013 at 09:17 AM.