Hello all! I have a '71 Gibson EB-3L. It's currently in the shop for a little TLC. We've seem to run into a small problem with the stock bridge versus the neck relief for a "low profile" set-up. The saddles, as many of you know, cannot be raised/lowered. Does anyone know if there are saddles that I could put on the original bridge that raises/lowers individually, or is there another aftermarket bridge I should consider? Before that gun is jumped, this is NOT a truss rod issue. It's a slight flaw in the overall long scale design of the bass. I'm just looking for a way to set the strings a little lower to the frets. Any input would be great, however, I'm hoping that someone out there has previous experience in this little conundrum.