Babicz FCH-4 Bass Bridge, Original Series, 5 Hole Mount

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$ USD 129.99$ USD 149.99

SKU: BZ-FCH4 Category: Tag: Brand:

Product Description

With FCH, string height or “action” can now be set with more precision. The “eCAM” saddle allows for instant “action” adjustments without ever adding space or air gaps between the saddle and the body of the guitar, and conventional string height action adjustment set screws are eliminated. With the Babicz FCH design, the bridge saddle can never “sink” or “shift” while playing.

Each FCH eCAM saddle also includes a specially designed “String Height Lock” feature, which keeps your string height setting in place…even during extreme saddle vibrations over time. Precise intonation adjustments are also easily attained and in most cases include a “Saddle Housing Lock” feature.

A direct replacement upgrade for Fender 5-hole mount Precision or Jazz style bass bridges. Installs in minutes and offers a double saddle housing lock feature for added tonal stability.

Includes mounting screws, instructions and adjustment wrench.

Available in Chrome, Nickel, Black & Gold


  • Over 50 times more string transference over traditional bridge saddles
  • Patented eCAM saddle technology
  • Double locking Original Series design
  • Drop-in fit for Fender 5-hole mount bridges
  • As used by Gibson USA for their EB bass models
  • Top mount- string from the bridge
  • High performance aluminum construction
  • Weight: 3.7 oz.

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1 review for Babicz FCH-4 Bass Bridge, Original Series, 5 Hole Mount

  1. revjerp

    Very impressive bridge. I liked the look, and the idea sounded pretty solid.

    You can drop your strings so low they hit the pickups. I didn’t bother checking how high you can set it, but the adjustment range is huge. Great sustain. Resonance you could feel acoustically through the instrument. It is really nice. This went on SOLO’s maple neck block inlay JBass and it plays like a friggin’ dream now.

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