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  1. The Fender Player is a very, very nice instrument.. if I hadn't replaced my Player Jazz with a Roadworn I'd still kicking myself for selling it (because of a momentary Ric infatuation)
  2. 4003s with V2 bridge
  3. Oh sorry OP... just realized you already have a Ric so the Babicz could be' the way to go.... unless they charge more than 200 usd which is the cost of a new v2 bridge directly from Ric
  4. Doesn't address tail lift which the new Ric bridge does. Gives full saddles adjustment. Same as the new Ric bridge. Doesn't allow palm muting. Same as new and old Ric bridges. Work your way with bridge mutes and left hand muting... Shopping for a Ric? Quite backordered everywhere in Europe. If you are lucky to find one then you have great chances it's equipped with the new bridge. I have been. Used? 100% old Ric bridge. Well...99% 😁
  5. This. It takes time and experience. You start from guidelines measurements and then move a little, esperiment for a white, liste etc... hopefully with time you'll discover your "magic numbers" and you'll stick to them. I do.
  6. Gold info here. I respectfully disagree with people who do setups exclusively by feel. Simply because we (and especially experienced players) easily adapt. Numbers are good.
  7. Very nice playing and sweet bass... do you mind sharing what strings brand/gauge you were using on the first video?
  8. I was wondering why it has the trussrod adjustment at the heel and also the trussrod channel routed at the headstock... Edit: my bad.... it isn't an actual route... I've see that on clearer pictures of a 79 on sale elsewhere...
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