SBMM S.U.B. Ray5 Crooked Bridge
I have a SBMM S.U.B. Ray5, and the bridge seems to have been screwed onto the body just a tad crooked, by about 1/32 of an inch. A corner of the bridge on the side closer to the neck is about 1/16 of an inch closer to the neck than the other side.
I figure this just means the distance between the nut and saddle on at least two of the strings (in my case, the lower strings) is a little longer than it should be, and shorter than it should be for the two highest strings on the opposite side, and can be compensated for when setting the intonation. I have never tweaked the intonation as it has sounded OK right out of the box since I bought it, so I'm assuming that going forward this is a non-issue. Am I wrong? Anyone else have a bass with a crooked bridge, and has it been a problem?
MIJ Fender Precision E-series, 82 MIA Fender Jazz, Epiphone T-bird IV, Epiphone LE Ripper, SX Ursa 5-string, SBMM S.U.B. Ray5, Epiphone Club #74, OFBPOAC Club #78