#1
I'm looking into getting a Tunderbird IV bass, but every review I've read says that the neck dive is horrible unless you move the strap button. How would one go about doing that? I'm interested to see the work I would need to put into this bass
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#2
moving a strap button sounds pretty easy
all you have to do is drill a small hole where the button should go and screw it in

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#3
make a mark in the wood to make sure u dont slip the drill and scratch the paint.

also, repost with a pic, when ur ready. let's make sure the new spot is a good safe choice.
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make a mark in the wood to make sure u dont slip the drill and scratch the paint.

also, repost with a pic, when ur ready. let's make sure the new spot is a good safe choice.


+1. Use something pointy like an awl to make the initial mark. This will keep the drill bit from drifting.

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