#1
I got an active bass and I wanted to see if there's already batteries in there and what brand they are (plus it will help me get familiar with the guitar).

I unscrewed the 2 screws and nothing has happened.

I tried to wedge it out with my nails (I was supposed to cut them today but my bass arrived lol).

No success.

Has anybody got any ideas on what I can do to lift the portective plate off?
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#2
Turn it upside down?
Doublesided carpet tape on your finger and the plate?
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#3
You could always pry it out.
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#4
take a wire or piece of guitar string and put a little hook at the end, then stick it in the screw hole and pull up on it.
#5
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Turn it upside down?
Doublesided carpet tape on your finger and the plate?


This sounds like the best idea.

I turned it upside down but just pryed away with my overgrown nails. However, you have just warranted one of my thoughts earlier today.

Must buy some Gaffer tape.

Thank you.
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#6
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This sounds like the best idea.

I turned it upside down but just pryed away with my overgrown nails. However, you have just warranted one of my thoughts earlier today.

Must buy some Gaffer tape.

Thank you.


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You have a walnut stop sign banjo-tar signed by MAB

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You deserve an Awesome Award for Awesome People.
Seriously.

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