Yesterday I replaced the OEM strings by putting new D'Addario Chromes (flatwounds) on my 55-02. That replacement lowered the action big time! So much, in fact, that the "B" string was sitting on the first fretwire. So, I first tried to get the "B" string off the fretwire by raising the saddle on the bridge. It worked, but it required so much raising that the "B" saddle sat WAY high above the other saddles - really looked goofy. So I lowered the saddle and am attempting to eliminate the problem by decreasing the tension on the truss rod - I turned it somewhere between 1/8 and 1/4 of a turn (45 to 90 degrees) counterclockwise. Was this the right move? I'm leaving it alone for about 24 hours to let the wood adjust. What am I likely to find? Will I need to turn it counterclockwise again? Any observations, comments or suggestions? This is my first-ever attempt at truss rod adjustments.