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Badass Bridge on Starcaster Bass

Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by Gomer Pyle, Feb 9, 2014.

  1. Gomer Pyle

    Gomer Pyle

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    Hi,

    I want to install a Badass Bridge II on my Starcaster bass, but since they are designed for P bass and J Bass will it fit? :help:

    I also have 2 Curtis Novak Bi sonic pickups made to my specifications so it will be one kickass bass. It also has a Hipshot D Tuner and a new nut, CTS electronics and switchcraft switch.

    Opinions go loose!

    PS: It is the Starcaster from the modern player Series, in natural.
  2. MattZilla

    MattZilla Supporting Member

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    I'd do it. Without measuring the current string spread. Cross my fingers, Sweat, Knock on wood and hope that there's room to get the strings in tight enough.
  3. 254 stringer

    254 stringer Supporting Member

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    Should be an easy swap but I don't know why you would want to the fender bridge is pretty much the same.[​IMG]

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