I just bought a new Fender Jazz 24 5-string and I really love it! However, it has a design flaw that I hope can be corrected. The reason I bought this bass is that it has a wider than normal string spacing. 2" at the nut! It has Basslines passive single coil pickups that are spaced for 19mm right hand spacing. However, the proprietary bridge that Fender stuck on this bass seems to be designed for wider spacing that that. If you look at the pic on Fender's website http://www.fender.com/products//search.php?partno=0261000552 you can visually see how the D and G strings don't line up between the pole pieces, and if you look at the distance between the G string and the edge of the fingerboard at the nut compared to where it is at the top of the neck - it just doesn't quite fit. As I said, I love this bass, so I'm hoping some sort of fix can be made. Simply replacing the bridge won't work, because this is a thru-the-body design and I don't know if another bridge would line up with the holes. (and, no I'm not willing to use a top loaded bridge or re-drill holes). Does anyone have any suggestions?