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Help! Identify this bridge...

Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by jonesn4bass, Mar 17, 2014.


  1. jonesn4bass

    jonesn4bass

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    This bridge came equipped on a used bass I picked up a while ago. Seems like a direct replacement for a Fender bridge, but with adjustable string spacing. I'm in the market for a four string version of that...without spending the coin on a Hipshot FM1.

    If anybody recognizes this, I'd sure like your input!

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  2. yodedude2

    yodedude2 Supporting Member

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  3. thedane

    thedane

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    Looks almost exactly like the SCHALLER on my bass.
     
  4. jonesn4bass

    jonesn4bass

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    Well that was fast! Thanks guys!

    For those of you playing it - is it a direct swap out for the 5 hole Fender bridges, or did you have to drill new holes to use it?

    Thanks again for the quick replies!
     
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  6. thedane

    thedane

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    I couldn't tell you - mine is the original bridge on my Kawai Active bass.
     
  7. jumbodbassman

    jumbodbassman Gold Supporting Member

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    dont know about the five but the 4 is not a direct swap out of a fender 4 with the standard 5 screw holes. . FWIW
     

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