#1
Alright so I recently came across a Samick P-Bass copy that sounds and plays pretty nice. So I'm taking it in today to get intonated, truss rod adjusted, new nut, etc. However afterwards I'm thinking about upgrading the tuners and bridge. Any suggestions?
#2
Badass bridge. Can't go wrong.

Hiphot tuners or Grover tuners.
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#3
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Badass bridge. Can't go wrong.

Hiphot tuners or Grover tuners.

this. though Gotoh makes good bridges if you want something cheaper. and totally grab a Detuner if you can. they are awesome.
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#4
Thanks for the help. The Hipshot tuners look nice, how do you know if you need the 1/2" post or the 3/8" post?

Also, which Badass would you recommend?
#5
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Thanks for the help. The Hipshot tuners look nice, how do you know if you need the 1/2" post or the 3/8" post?

Also, which Badass would you recommend?

measure the hole.

is it string through body?
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#6
+1 for the Gotoh bridge, and I don't think any Samicks are string through. I'm thinking standard Fender size, but don't quite me on it. The tuners on it should be fine unless you just don't like them. If anything, I'd check to see if the electronics cavities are shielded.

By the way, is it a Corsair? Those are really great instruments, though they're not really true P copies because the shape is a bit different and they have 22 frets. (better design, IMO)
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