Hello everyone. I'm a new member around here, have been browsing for several months. I come to you all today to look for some assistance with modifying a Squier Bronco Bass. Now, I've never actually done any modifications to instruments before. I own a Squier CV 60's Jazz Bass, that I plan on selling pretty soon to afford a Squier Bronco Bass. Why? I don't really know, but I'm going to do it anyway. I'd like to switch out the bridge, the pickup, the tuners, replace the pickguard with a pearloid white one, add a racing stripe decal, and finally add a Fender decal on the headstock. I've been doing a little research, but I'm afraid I don't know too much about bridges and such. I'd like to do as little drilling and painting as possible, so a bridge that fits the old one would be nice. Tuners are a lot more expensive that I thought, but I'd like to replace them with something nicer. I've been looking into some lipstick pickups, but I'm afraid I don't know much about that either. Does anyone have an recommendations as far as parts go, that wouldn't run me over $350.00? It's kind of low budgeted, and I know I could buy an SX for cheaper, but I've got my mind set on it. Thanks, tylerrasnakev2 *edit: Just noticed a thread titled, "Reasons not to modify a Squier Bronco." Ha, oh well, I may or may not, depends on what I can find for relatively cheap. I'm not spending even within $200.00 of a Fender Mustang Bass to pretty up a Bronco.