Just acquired a bass that has a floating bridge, same style that the beatle basses have. It came to me with tapewounds on it, which have relatively low tension. The action is a little higher than I am used to, but the bridge is turned down as low as it will go. I tried to put on an old set of flats that I had laying around, which were a smaller gauge than the tapes, but it made the action even higher. Tightened truss rod just a little, neck is dead flat now but still no help. Is there anything that can be done with the bridge to get the action lower? I really need it to go down at least 1/8 inch, maybe even a little more than that. Thought about running it through a saw to cut it down, but I'm afraid to ruin it. What are my options?