Do they still make badass bridges?

Do they still make badass bridges?

The original Badass I is no longer in production, and has been replaced by the Badass Bass Bridge II and III.

What happened to Leo Quan?

Allparts Music Corporation has announced the acquisition of the Leo Quan Company. The news was shared on the Allparts Facebook page. “We will be selling the existing inventory in original packaging starting Friday afternoon 11/8/19 on our site Allparts Music Corporation,” They wrote.

Do Bass bridges make a difference?

It might be more adjustable, or have more stable adjustments, or it might have different mass/materials which can change the tone. A more massive bridge makes the body wood a little less important in tone you get more impact and less woody resonance IME. On some basses that is good, on others its bad.

Who is Glen Quan?

Glen Quan, a legend in the Bay Area music scene and an integral part of its development in the early 60’s-80’s, was a player, collector, and innovator for his entire life. Glen passed away in 2018, and we are proud to bring Glen and his estate home to Bananas at Large.

Should I replace my bass bridge?

Upgrading your bass bridge can have a number of advantages including: increasing sustain, increasing tuning stability, gaining more adjustability, dropping weight, or simply changing the aesthetics of a bass.

Should a bass neck be straight?

The straightness of the bass guitar’s neck is commonly called relief. The neck bends upwards (called up-bow), or it can be straight, or it can bend backwards (called back-bow). Two things cause the neck to bend: the tension of the strings pulling the neck upward.

How high should bass Pickups be?

Using a 6″ (150 mm) ruler, measure the distance from the bottom of the first and fourth strings to top of the pole piece. A good rule of thumb is that the distance should be greatest at the fourth-string neck pickup position and closest at the first-string bridge pickup position.

How high should the action be on a bass?

Action refers to how big the space between your strings and your frets is. If the distance from the top of your frets to the bottom of your strings is short you have low action on your bass. As a general rule, low action is between 1/16th” and 9/64″, or 1.6mm to 3.5mm.