So a MIM P-Bass I got about two months ago has a pretty bad dead spot that I hadn't noticed before. Whenever I play that note it sounds like I plucked the string with much less force than I actually did compared to playing a note near that one. It also doesn't sustain worth a crap. I've tried new strings, tightening all of the neck and tuner screws, and making a slight truss rod adjustment but it still sounds thin and wimpy at that spot. For comparison my American Standard P also has a spot on the G string where it doesn't sustain quite as much, but at least the note still sounds pretty full when played. Will a higher mass bridge like the Hipshot KickAss or Omega help? I'd like to keep it as a nice backup, but even then it's just not as nice as the American P I already have and I'd hate to throw more money at it if a new bridge won't fix the problem.