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Badass II ???????????

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Theshortlist_to, May 29, 2005.


  1. Theshortlist_to

    Theshortlist_to

    Apr 20, 2005
    Are the badass II bridges wider than normal fender bridges?

    i've just bought a badass and a fender bridge cover and the bridge cover seems to be too small for the bridge :crying:


    also do the fender 60's and 70's re-issues have different bridges to regular fender p basses?
     
  2. the badass from what i knwo is made to be a driect replacement for fender. the string spaceing can be changed since u need to file it. the reason the cover does fit is because its a bigger bridge over all.

    on 60's and 70's fender i belive they have bridges with two sadlles 1 for 2 strings.

    not sure about reissues.
     
  3. Theshortlist_to

    Theshortlist_to

    Apr 20, 2005
    thought so. ah well
    ok thanks

    can anyone suggest a good bridge that will fit into the bridge cover nicely or should i judt go with a fender?
     
  4. sorry i didnt edit my post