Hi all- I have a problem and want to know if you can give me some advice on how to solve. I recently picked up a used Squier Jazz 5 with a MIM neck that had been fitted to it that looks like it doesn't fit it exactly. As a result, the alignment of the strings is slightly off. Specifically, the B string is about 1-2 mm off alignment (slightly closer to the b-string side of the bottom of the fingerboard than it is at the nut). I'd thought about remounting the bridge, but its such a small amount that It would be difficult given the location of the screw holes. One thought that occurred to me would be to replace the bridge with one that provides side-to-side string adjustment. The current bridge has slots that the strings sit in, thus not allowing for any movement side-to-side. Is there any bridge that would serve the purpose for what I am describing, or does anyone have any other suggestions for remedying the problem? Overall the bass plays well and sounds great. Intonation is perfect, all seems well. The only problem is the b string - and the way it is set up now, it just doesn't feel right - with the b string just slightly too close to the edge of the fingerboard. I thought about having the neck reset to slightly realign it, but am concerned that it will be the same problem with the existing mounting holes. Also, there are shims glued into the neck pocket to accommodate the slightly narrower width of the neck, and these would have to be modified as they appear to be glued in.