#1
Ive noticed that a ton of guitarists ditch their backplate. why is this? I cant find a pic now but i have seen it a lot.
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#2
Mainly because it makes accessing the springs and the bridge easier.
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#3
Just makes it easier to change the strings.
So you don,t have to try and fish out the broken one and you can just pop the new one in alot easier.
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#5
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*looks at back of bass* no holes whatsoever. . . *carries on*


#7
The screws are easily lost, some have hard time getting strings out the back with the cover. Lose the cover, lazy. If a floating bridge and and change tuning alot easier to adjust springs. And some claim difference in tone. So many reasons.
#8
yeah, some claim tone difference but meh. and ive never had to adjust my springs at a seconds notice.
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