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Bass Bridge Help

Discussion in 'Bass Guitars' started by Kyle North, Oct 12, 2020.

  1. Kyle North

    Kyle North

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    Hey, soon I'll be finishing up my korina PJ bass, and I started looking at bass bridge. Are there strong opinions and reasoning for / against the: Gotoh 201, Schaller that Warmoth sells, or the LQ Badass series? The Gotoh is nice and cheap but the Schaller looks cool and industrial, while the Quan products have a long (good?) rep, I think. Also, these will all fit in the standard W rout, right?
     
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    Welcome to the Warwick family

    My knowledge of your bass is pretty limited

    But, if your PJ has a one piece bridge, I'm going to guess any one of the bridges you listed will fit.......I think you'll need to get some spec's to know for sure
     
  3. Stainless

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    The are a few more bridges but anyway :)
    The Gotoh is a fine bridge, the Schaller is also nice.
    If you consider the Badass, there is a replica from Fender which i could also recommend.

    Why should they work to the standard Warwick routing? The W bridge is a two piece bridge.
     
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    If you have a bass routed for a Warwick bridge then you must use a Warwick bridge. Are you familiar with the Warwick bridge, also with its adjustments and its tailpiece ?

    There are a few exceptions. Some very early Warwicks and a very few economy models use conventional bridges. The Streamer Standard might be the most common example.
     
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