#1
Hi there,

I have a Badass II bass bridge on my Fender Marcus Miller, its a great bridge and i love them. I want to fit one to my Fender Standard P-Bass.

Is it litrally just a case of taking the old bridge off and screwing the new one down in the old holes, or is there more to it than that?

If anyone has done this before ide love to hear from you!

Cheers
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#3
ahh bugger its a 2003
The Official "Rockin' Roadie"

-Lakland Skyline 44-02
-Fender Marcus Miller Jazz
-Fender MiM Precision
-Fender TC90 Thinline
-Squier Stratocaster w/mods (1989)
-Orange Dual Terror
-Marshall Valvestate 8280
-Marshall VS412
-Various pedals
#4
I'm not 100% sure on that one but it's easily checkable on the net and your P-bass, just compare the bridges.
#6
Quote by Ippon
It'll be a drop-in fit on your MIM PBass.




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The Official "Rockin' Roadie"

-Lakland Skyline 44-02
-Fender Marcus Miller Jazz
-Fender MiM Precision
-Fender TC90 Thinline
-Squier Stratocaster w/mods (1989)
-Orange Dual Terror
-Marshall Valvestate 8280
-Marshall VS412
-Various pedals