So here's a story TB friends. I've been playing bass for 6 years now. Around my 4th year in I got my first job and started looking to upgrade my beginner quality axe. I came across a Traben Array Attack. Now I hated the visuals on this guitar. The big flamed bridge made me cringe. But I started on a short scale and found out of all the basses I had tried this one had the nicest feeling neck. I spend $300 on it which is good considering they sell for around $600 and its been my main axe up until this last month when I got an Ibanez SR500 (The old model without the mid boost switch). Traben is an American company that prides themselves in having the "biggest baddest bass bridges of all time" they claim that the bigger bridge increases sustain and output of the basses. I'll vouch for the sustain part. This bass is still one of the best basses I've ever played for sustain and that's coming from a guy who likes a relatively high action. Now this last Summer. I spent the two months with my grandparents. They were awesome enough to set me up with my own hosting/jam space in the garage. I live in Southern Ontario and this Summer proved to extra humid and extra rainy. So the inevitable (in this country at least) happened and my ugly bass started to get more ugly and was now even more uncomfortable to play. Although the bass lived in its soft case unless it was being played the humidity managed to sill cause the bridge to corrode. I emailed Traben about the issue and politely said that I am a very DIY person and would like to know what kind of metals the bridge is made out of. The executive I spoke with refused to tell me the metals and told me that the only possible fix was to replace the bridge. I don't really want to spend money on a custom bridge for my backup bass so I am turning to you TB. What would you recommend based off this situation? I know that the bridge is some kind of an alloy and the screws are basic steel. Pictures related.