#1
is it worth putting a badass on a schecter elite?
would it improve the bass enough for it to be worth doing it?
also could you put one on without drilling new holes?

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#2
The Schecters already have pretty solid high-mass bridges don't they? If they do, there is really not that much point.
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#3
alright thanks,
i was just wondered and couldn't be bothered thinking it out for myself

i'm not always lazy i swear :P

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#4
I wouldn't bother with it unless you thought it would be seriously good for the sound you are looking for. The bridge on my Elite-5 is perfect, wouldn't chance ruining my bass in order for a bridge that isn't going to improve my bass.
#5
The elites have the S-tek Bridge, which is already pretty nice.

Honestly, i don't see the Badass helping much, so i agree with everyone else, just leave it alone.

You would also have to drill in a bunch of new wholes, and fill in all the old ones, from the S-tek, so it probably wouldn't be worth the hassle, even if it did effect the tone, it wouldn't be that much.