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Punks not dead's review

By Punks not dead, 28/01/2009
I've had six months, I installed a Vintage '75 Jazz Bass.

This is a very beautiful bridge, very sturdy, thick, at first glance we see that it's not a bridge of fun. It is much bigger, thicker than a Fender vintage bridge.

I chose it because it required no particular change on the violin and is a bridge with a great reputation.

The only drawback, as I do myself on my low settings, find an allen wrench to adjust the bridge was difficult because the diameter is not found in France. But it's no big deal.

I am very happy, he actually improved more sustain my already huge bass, has allowed me to balance a little jazz bass (significant change), it is expensive, yes, but it is a beautiful jewelry to offer your loved one and embellish it day after day.

With experience, yes, I do it again this choice.

moi9999's review

By moi9999, 17/11/2007
The sound is really better APRS installation of the bridge.
More precision and sustain notes.

Possible by a luthier who does not dig for the strings on pontets.Ce ncessaire not, I have no pb

snoot58's review

By snoot58, 14/11/2006
I use it for a month, on a Fender Japan PB.
This bridge has transformed the sound: more powerful, richer in harmonics, sustain very long. The biggest problem is that you burn yourself the location of the strings on the bridges, and it is difficult to do: you have to grind carefully with a Dremel tool type to calibrate the strings to a depth equivalent to about 1 / 5 of their draft. It's hard to do well in the ground.
Compared to the original Fender bridge, just a piece of sheet cobbled aspect is the day and night.
The price / quality ratio is average, especially if we do not self-burning of bridges. By looking carefully, we find moderately priced, though.
I would do this choice - that of Marcus Miller and many others - because it's worth it.

Super tailpiece for Fender Jazz Bass

By profmeca, 24/10/2011
I use it for more than 10 years, replacing the Fender ropers. What I like is its sustain. I would do if the choice is still selling ...
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  • Manufacturer:Badass
  • Model:Badass II
  • Category:Bass Bridges
  • Added in our database on: 04/07/2005

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