Hello, I've purchased a bass quitar (Precision style) which exhibits certain characteristics. In a learning process (mine) I was wondering if someone could help me identify the issues by guiding me through things to check/measure and such. Some of the issues may be major or minor and opinions on there relative status are welcome. But I'd like to learn to identify them and "how" especially. 1.) One issue is that the E-String is markedly farther from the side of the neck than the G-String. 2.) The string to pickup pole pieces are notably shifted to the right (looking down). The E eclipsed the inside pole by 35%, A and D are just touching and the G is approx. the strings' width past midpoint on it's pole pieces. 3.) The bridge appears rotated slightly clockwise and the saddles all seem tilted to the right. 4.) The strings at the nut seem level but the height of the nut to the fret board is higher at the E side. 5.) It is also thicker on the E side tapering to the G, appearing as if it is crooked to the neck. I've numbered them to ease any responses. There are more items, but the above seem to be adequate to initiate dialogue. Thanks for those that can and possibly will help.