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

  1. Hutch979


    Sep 20, 2012
  2. nubs


    Mar 1, 2005
    replace the missing screws and drive on.....
  3. Hutch979


    Sep 20, 2012
    Well you see, there are no holes, its solid like no screws have ever been put, could i leave it like this??
  4. kmon

    kmon Supporting Member

    May 11, 2009
    Austin, TX
    can you post more pics?

  5. kmon

    kmon Supporting Member

    May 11, 2009
    Austin, TX
  6. 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

    May 11, 2009
    Austin, TX
    Maybe it's not the original bridge?
  8. jlepre

    jlepre Supporting Member

    Nov 12, 2007
    Parsippany, NJ
    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

    Moe Monsarrat Supporting Member

    Jul 30, 2006
    Austin, Tx.
    Endorsing artist:Regenerate Guitar Works Carvin, Micheal Kelly Guitars
    And it was made in......?
  10. Rockin Mike

    Rockin Mike

    May 27, 2011
    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.