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Leo Quan BadAss Bass Bridge II

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The BadAss Bass Bridge II is a precision, harmonically-tunable direct replacement bridge designed to enhance Fender Jazz Bass and Precision Bass guit...Click To Read More About This Product

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The BadAss Bass Bridge II is a precision, harmonically-tunable direct replacement bridge designed to enhance Fender Jazz Bass and Precision Bass guitars. For vintage-style bridges.


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4.7

(based on 12 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great bass bridge for Jazz Bass - easiest upgrade!!!

1) Being an aerospace structural engineer, I know that LQ's Bad_ss Bass Bridge would improve sustain, and I was right.

2) I bought an uncut version so that I...Read complete review

1) Being an aerospace structural engineer, I know that LQ's Bad_ss Bass Bridge would improve sustain, and I was right.

2) I bought an uncut version so that I can do my own slots for the strings. This allows me to adjust the strings perfectly between the magnetic poles of the pickups. You may not think that it matters, but all Squier and MIM basses never have the strings aligned correctly over the pair poles. All of the Fender American Jazz and P basses have the strings aligned correctly, so why shouldn't a Squier or MIM bass??!

3) The holes fits perfectly over the existing holes on my Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass. Intonation and action are easy to adjust.

I did swapped the strings electronics and pickups on the VM Jazz Bass, and now it sounds huge and articulate, but that's another story. Totally recommend it! LQ' Bad_ss Bridge III design is better looking, and I would think that it would work the same way. Others have copied LQ's design, so why not go with the original??!

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Big ado about nothing

Dont like it. Clumsy, ugly square design, and it prob eats more of the sound than it contributes to it! Lowest action is way too high for anything. Ive tried these on...Read complete review

Dont like it. Clumsy, ugly square design, and it prob eats more of the sound than it contributes to it! Lowest action is way too high for anything. Ive tried these on several Jazz basses, and they wrecked the sound of every one of them. So we are all different. There are far better and cheaper replacement bridges out there - f ex Fenders OWN replacement bridges.. the 75 RI bridges are excellent, if you know how to set them up correctly.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great bass bridge for Jazz Bass - easiest upgrade!!!

By Bassman_Kev

from Los Angeles, CA

1) Being an aerospace structural engineer, I know that LQ's Bad_ss Bass Bridge would improve sustain, and I was right.

2) I bought an uncut version so that I can do my own slots for the strings. This allows me to adjust the strings perfectly between the magnetic poles of the pickups. You may not think that it matters, but all Squier and MIM basses never have the strings aligned correctly over the pair poles. All of the Fender American Jazz and P basses have the strings aligned correctly, so why shouldn't a Squier or MIM bass??!

3) The holes fits perfectly over the existing holes on my Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass. Intonation and action are easy to adjust.

I did swapped the strings electronics and pickups on the VM Jazz Bass, and now it sounds huge and articulate, but that's another story. Totally recommend it! LQ' Bad_ss Bridge III design is better looking, and I would think that it would work the same way. Others have copied LQ's design, so why not go with the original??!

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(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Big ado about nothing

By Mopsueshussban

from San Jose CA

Dont like it. Clumsy, ugly square design, and it prob eats more of the sound than it contributes to it! Lowest action is way too high for anything. Ive tried these on several Jazz basses, and they wrecked the sound of every one of them. So we are all different. There are far better and cheaper replacement bridges out there - f ex Fenders OWN replacement bridges.. the 75 RI bridges are excellent, if you know how to set them up correctly.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Must , Not An Option

By Kenman74

from Phoenix, AZ

After years of people telling me that I should put one on my late 80's PBass, I finally gave in and spent the $. I was absolutely floored when I experienced the difference. It didn't even sound like the same bass! This is a must for anybody with a standard P or Jbass. Also, if you're going to spend the money for the upgrade, cough up the hour of labor and let a tech set it up correctly for maximum enjoyment.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Want a new bass?

By squier lover

from Kal, Mich

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a little piece of metal,eh? This is not just a piece of metal! This thing transformed my bass. I hated my mexican jazz bass. I've heard that it's hit and miss if you buy a mexican-made fender cuz they're all thrown together in a factory. This bridge saved my bass! It gives a quality sustain that is guaranteed to be a hit, especially since i had a professional set it up. I highly suggest that you fork up the cash and have a guitar tech install this thing. You're basically paying for a new bass, one that could almost pass for...professional?

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

What an amazing piece of equipment

By Behry Demay

from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (South of Cleveland)

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After 23 years of professional play, including many, many replacement parts, I came upon this piece of equipment. Wow, what a difference. After buying two of them and having my bass tech install, not only was the life of my bass renewed, the sound was excellent. The tone and sustain were incredible. I purchased mine from a music store in New York City, but no matter where you purchase this equipment, you will not be sorry. LEO QUAN BADASS BRIDGE II is the way to go !!!

 
5.0

Stop What Your Doing And Get ONE!!

By BassMaster920

from St.Louis MO

I love this bridge!! it has perfect action and so many settings, its hassle free, top quality and professional looking! :)It's a must!

 
5.0

AWESOME!

By Joseph-iqh0-

from West Decatur, PA

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pros: everything except filing the saddles.Cons: nothing except filing the saddles.In short this is the BEST bridge replacement for a Fender Jazz bass, and maybe a P-bass as well (i dont know because I put it on a Jazz). Anyways, the only bad thing is that the saddles need filed so that the string has a place to sit. Basically you have to make a notch with a file. Other than that this bridge helps sustain, tone, intonation, and tuning.

 
5.0

BEST LOW ACTION BRIDGE EVER

By Rush Nut 2112

from KY

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This is the best bridge ever. It comes stander on a Geddy Lee Jazz (RUSH ROCKS!) and I love it. I was playing a Squire Stander Jazz w/ the walnut finish the other day, and loved the sound and the playability and thought a BadAss II would make this bass awesome. I love the low action of this bridge. every bass I will ever own will have this bridge on it.

 
5.0

BUY IT

By Dave

from Poert Charlotte, FL

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This is a direct replacement for the standard Fender bridge and is the perfect choise for fretless or low-action needs as it has a very low profile. Greatly adds to sustain and stability and looks cool. Do get the saddles notched by a luthier or tech for best results.

 
5.0

Wonderful

By danorouu

from NJ

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Great tone. I just slapped it on my Squier Jazz bass (hey, I just figured I would see the best I can get for my money) Sounds atleast 4x better. I don't thin k I will groove my saddles. This thing really adds to the harmonics. Wonderful. Only took 5 minutes to install. I recommend you make sure the ground is touching this thing before you screw down.

 
5.0

Hell yes - Very good.

By Jeff. G

from Hawaii

This bridge is absolutely amazing - I had no idea on how to put it on or anything... all I did was take off my old strings, take off my old standard bridge, then screw on the new bridge - and then slapped on my new elixer strings - and Walla! it sounds a lot better then before, I didn't even file the saddles, and I've had no problems what so ever. This bridge, as is it says - is simply Badass.

 
5.0

Best Bass Upgrade yet.

By Connor-gTeo6

from Joplin, Mo

From the moment I put this bridge on my bass I could hear the difference. If you still use the stock bridge, this is a must have! I put this on my bass and it sounded like a new guitar. Because i was anxious to try it out, I didn't file down the saddles but it sounds fine to me. After a little playing the saddle will wear down a spot and your strings wont move. Probably the best bass upgrade yet for me.

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