I used to have one of those bridges. Had the same thing.
The problem is the screw that is used to hold the bridge in place. One of the saddle allen screws is on top of the screw holding the bridge in place. As this is not flat, it's domed, it can stop you getting the correct height for the saddle. It doesn't let you adjust the saddle down as far as the others. You won't have a problem on the G side, as the saddle is well out of the way of the bridge screw on that side. If you can use a flat head screw to fix the bridge on the E side, all your problems will be solved..... And it's a simpler fix than grinding the saddle.....
Last edited by geddeeee : 02-24-2013 at 05:11 PM.