Hello Bass Talkers. i recently picked up a '77 precision in black, maple skinny neck. nice light weight body. the finish is pretty rough, but i figured why not for the price. the neck pocket is very loose, but thats another thread (they could've called it the Fender Imprecision) Anyhow it has a BADASS II installed. When i got home and pulled that off, to my horror, there is a whittled/chiseled out "route" hidden beneath. was this done to accommodate the BADASS I ? I was tempted to mix up some bondo and just slap it in there. but. yea. the bridge screws seem to be engaging fine, but they are passing through about 3/8" of AIR. So to fix this correctly i would need to re-route (cleanly and squarely) and glue in a perfectly sized wooden patch, is that right? whatkind of wood would be best? and would you reckon this job would pretty much require a subsequent refinish due to all the sanding and whatnot? I very much appreciate any informed advice on the matter.