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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Hutch979, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. Hutch979

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  2. nubs

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    replace the missing screws and drive on.....
  3. Hutch979

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    Well you see, there are no holes, its solid like no screws have ever been put, could i leave it like this??
  4. kmon

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    can you post more pics?

    :D
  5. kmon

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    yes
  6. Yango

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    Take the bass back to where you bought it, and ask them for a couple of screws... or go to a hardware store and buy some.

    This seems pretty simple to me, but then I could be missing some huge hidden issue that makes this a much more complicated problem that only superhero can solve.

    You can either drill a couple of holes, or if nothing is moving (as in:the bridge), leave it as it is.
  7. kmon

    kmon Supporting Member

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    Maybe it's not the original bridge?
  8. jlepre

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    The pics link didn't work over here. If it's brand new, contact either the dealer, or the manufacturer.
    EDIT: Never mind. The link worked. Pretty blurry pic, but it may be the way the bass is made. I would still call the manufacturer
  9. Moe Monsarrat

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    Endorsing artist:Regenerate Guitar Works Carvin, Micheal Kelly Guitars
    And it was made in......?
  10. Rockin Mike

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    Look at another one just like it. Maybe they're just made like that.

    If it's really a mistake, return the bass. A goof like that was likely made on Monday morning by somebody with a hangover. No telling what else may be wrong.

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