So I wanted to raise the action on my E-string on my Jack, and I just looked at the bridge and realized its a lot different than my Fender! First off, there is no direct adjustment for the height of a single string, as far as I can see. There are three big screws that control the angle and height of the bridge as a whole, and then each string sits on its own saddle. The thing that I noticed that was interesting is that each saddle is sized slightly differently, and they are also each numbered 1-4. Now, logic tells me that they should either be like E(1) A(2) D(3) G(4) or E(4) A(3) D(2) G(1). However, mine is E(4) A(2) D(3) G(1) - I think - well anyway the point is they are out of order. The A string is the highest of the bunch for whatever reason, which I don't really mind, but I would like to make the E and D a bit higher too. Anyone that can offer the best methodology for adjusting this bridge, assuming my truss rod is adjusted correctly? thanks!