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Babicz Full Contact 4-String Bass Bridge

Babicz Full Contact 4-String Bass Bridge

Using the patented eCAM saddle system, this Babicz Full Contact 4-string bridge will add increased dynamic range, pitch stability and sustain to your bass.

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Submitted January 3, 2020 by Joseph Cucci in ANNISTON, AL
"Great bridgw!!"
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From the minute I plugged up and started to play I realized my old tone setting were history. This bridge opened up my Precision bass. Much more volume and a lot more mid range grow. It took 15 minutes to install. Adjustments are a breeze. Well worth the money.
Musical Background:
40 years professional
Musical Style:
Rock, country, Americana
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Submitted November 10, 2020 by Edward J in Cedar Rapids, IA
"Great bridge"
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Where has this been all my life? Simple installation. Adjusting strings is such a breeze it brought new life to my jazz bass. I would highly recommend this bridge.
Musical Background:
Bar band bass player
Musical Style:
Blues, funk, rock, some metal and whatever else we decide to play
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Submitted December 6, 2019 by Jeffrey Sharp in Salisbury, NC
"Very nice replacement bridge, one issue"
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I like the concept of getting the bridge saddles down off those little bitty set screws. This never made sense to me from an acoustics standpoint, and I think it's a weakness for several Fender-style guitars and basses. I put the Babicz bridge on my ash-bodied MIM active Fender Jazz Bass. The stock bridge was a brass casting not unlike a "Kick-ass" bridge. So, I didn't expect a tremendous change. The changeover was no great problem. Be careful to place the ground pigtail where it contacts the underside of the bridge well. I was disappointed how little Fender had given me to work with, but it makes contact. Also, the instructions say to dismantle the bridge completely so you can reach the Philips head mounting screws from the top. You really only need to remove the E and A saddles. The sound of my bass is somewhat improved -- maybe. It was already very near my ideal. I think it's possible the D and G strings are a little more nearly balanced with E and A. And, it might be that all the strings project individually when I play chords or double-stops. With the locking saddles, the feel is very solid and crisp. I crave that. If you upgrade from a bridge that's just a bent piece of sheet metal, you should see a much greater difference that I did. My one gripe is that the E string intonation adjustment could have been a little longer. I had to bring the saddle back all the way to get in pitch. The spring is compressed all the way. I could throw the spring away, but then I wouldn't be able to reach the height adjustment set screws. I use heavy gauge flatwound strings. I can see there might not be sufficient adjustment for someone using light or super light strings.
Musical Background:
Amatuer performer
Musical Style:
rock, folk
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