Here's a message string from the bay about a bass I was trying to sell. It seems like I get somebody like this with every listing. First question sent: "What is the string to string spacing at the bridge? Center to center, not the gap." My response: "Are you aware the string spacing is adjustable at the bridge? Do a web search for warwick bass bridges to see how adjustable they are." His reply: "Hey, thanks for the reply. It's a nice axe. Yes, Warwick bass bridges are adjustable but only in a very small range that is limited by the neck taper and overall dimensions of the bridge. That is, the size (width) of the neck/bridge will only allow a certain maximum string spacing. An over wide setup will cause the strings to be too near the fingerboard edge and thus buzz badly. The standard string spacing for electric basses is 3/4 inch, or 19mm, however some models are manufactured to a smaller dimension for various reasons. What is the string spacing on your instrument as currently setup? BTW, you are talking to a pro here. Thanks" My last response, couldn't resist being a snarky: "16mm. Didn't realize I was talking to a pro." So I'm wondering, why do you need to know the string spacing exactly if you're a "pro" and already know all about these basses?