I have a modulus bassstar neck I'm building a new bass around, but ran into a problem and am looking for help. The neck is straight and frets good, have a brand new Fender body, a Babicz bridge, but it seems the neck pocket isn't deep enough as when put together the saddles are maxxed out and still not quite high enough and action is bit too low. A front shim won't do it, seems the heel on the neck is a 16th or more thicker overall than a standard fender type. Do you think I'd be better routing the body a tiny bit to lower the pocket, or shimming the bridge, or is this bridge notorious for being low and I'd be better getting a gotoh 201 or something? I'm thinking neck pocket work would be best, but I can't do that and have to find someone to do it correctly as even my luthier didn't want to attempt. Or maybe another quality bridge sits higher?