I goofed. I have two Englehardts, an ES1 and a Swingmaster. Tried to lower the bridge on each of them myself to get better action. Took it to my Uncle (now deceased, RIP) and he sanded the things to the bottom of the pencil line not to the top which is where I intended it. Love my uncle but not my new string heighth. On the Swingmaster, the E string is waaaay too low and rattles at anything more than a fondle. I use this one for jazz and folk. The ES1 is just screwed up, period. Its my Bluegrass bass and I need higher action but not as high as it was. Should I surrender and get a new bridge then see a luthier for both? Any ideas? I promise I won't try this again. Live and learn, eh?