#1
I was in the market to replace the Wilky bridge on my early 90's Carvin LB20. After pondering and communicating with Schaller,Hipshot,Carvin and Babicz...I decided to not worry about aesthetics. I had an old Leo Quann II lying around on a project bass of which is stalled at the moment.

The bridge is not slotted; and I am not planning on slotting it.
The sustain was lightyears better than the aluminum Wilkinson.
And, even though this goes against physics: I am at 1mm action at the 12th. (I prefer some buzz) Which was not expected as I thought the BA II would force me into higher action. (I have never owned/played a Quann before...And I am impressed.










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#3
It looks great!
Damn it! Disable can't use disable to disable Disable's disable because disable's disable has already been disabled by Disable's disable!
#5
Quote by Deliriumbassist
Why are you staying unslotted? The whole point of the unslotted ones is that the end user can self-slot so the strings run through the centre of the pole pieces/optimise string spacing.



I might slot it in the future. The tension really holds the strings taut. I have slapped really hard and have only seen about 1/64 (0.4mm) of movement. I had never played a BA II bridge slotted or otherwise. I didnt expect the strings to be as taut as they are.
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