I'm playing different DB's in search of my first. One instrument's fingerboard in particular is sporting such an extreme bevel that from a few feet away I thought "wow is that bridge too far over to the treble side...." But when I got up to the bass and sighted the neck to the bridge, the G is parallel with the edge of the fingerboard. There's quite alot of room from the E string to the edge of the board, but I don't know what a guideline would be. Sorry for the goofy diagram. I'll try to get a pic next time I go in to play it. Whereabouts should the E string locate with respect to the width of the bevel?