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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by rockstarbassist, Feb 28, 2007.
The harder you hit, the higher the action has to be, period. Different strokes.
I will be in the Modulus club in a few days! So happy to have soon my first Modulus!
I know at least one person in the group who would be interested in this
Modulus-Alembic Bassstar Vintage P-Bass Late 70's/Early 80s
Man she is a beauty.
Interested in a trade?
Wait, it's not for sale or trade, is it? Lol
It’s on Reverb- not mine
Where’s the rest of it?
You are going to love it - I'm particularly fond of that color hahaha!
I see you have it with 2 pick ups!
Hey all, looking for someone who can help manage the Mob numbers. Life has been a rollercoaster last couple years and since the app closed down I haven't had a lot of time to browse TB. Message me if interested. I'll try and go back through the posts for anyone that wanted a number.
Dm me, sorry for the delay.
Question for the group... Anyone remember Anderson Page? I used to talk to him quite a bit starting in about 1999 when I bought my first Modulus direct from the company. Always had some good Modulus conversations with him. Would be cool to find him on FB or even here.
He used to work for me after I left Modulus. He lives in Marin, works in the City, last time I heard. When he worked for me he was known as Page. But when he moved over to Modulus, someone else was using the same name!
So a while back I bought an ABM bridge to replace my Schaller roller bridge on the TBX. Yesterday I went to swap them finally and the screw holes just barely do not line up. Is this common? I’m not gonna make new holes.
That being said, I finally swapped pickups (EMG P in the neck and a EMG-X J in the bridge, put on some res-o-lite tuners and some DR Lo-Riders (nickel)
I'm pretty sure Anderson was the guy at Modulus who helped me out when I needed a neck rebuilt circa 2008. (I don't know if he was literally the guy who did the work, but he was the only person there I corresponded with about the work.)
here's a close-up pic of one of my schaller bridges. when i install these bridges, i use the hole where the 'A' string feeds thru as my center. if you may notice, the three holes that are used to mount the screws to the body are about 4mm off-center and to the left. i learned that the hard way when i installed my first schaller bridge years ago using existing holes in the bass body and, afterwards when strung up, noticed the strings were not lining up properly. live and learn.
so, bottom line, if you did want to swap out bridges from schaller to abm, yeah, you'd need to drill new holes about 4mm to the right so that the abm will sit center on the bass.
I think it’s the bridge you sold me. Really nice bridge. No biggie though, I will put it in the file and use it for another project some day