I don't know if you guys have seen the new hipshot bridge, or pieces http://www.hipshotproducts.com/triple lock.htm Pretty cool, makes 6+string bass construction easier, don't need bridges milled. So I had an idea, and tell me if this is absurd and would screw everything up. Pretend you have a 5 string bass being constructed with a 34" scale length. Could you take 5 of these, and set them up in a staggered fashion, having the G be at 34", and from there moving them backward, so the low B is 1 inch behind the G (At 35") Like this G -D --A ---E ----B Or just like this G D A E ----B Would that totally mess up harmonics, pickup placement, etc.? I am just thinking of the way a 35" B is usually tighter than a 34", so does this make any sense, or has this been tried and failed?