Hello, I'm a big John Entwistle fan, and for months have been trying to figure out how he attained such a super low action, for his "typewriter" technique. It's been said that it's a "lower-than-low" setup, and I've tried for a very, very long time to adjust my Dean John Entwistle to as close as a low setup as possible. I have had some luck over the last several months by de-tuning the strings a certain amount and then adjusting the truss rod, but it just seems at this point that its just going in a circle, and not doing anything anymore. I can do his typewriter technique with thecurrent action, but itdoes take a lot of effort considering that I knowthe strings aren't as low as the could potentially be. Does anybody here know exactly John lowered his action and setup the strings for that height? Or just how to lower the bass action to thatheight? because thesaddles on the bridge really don't do anything. At all. At least in terms of a John Entwistle string height. I'm about to receive a buzzard replica I ordered not long ago, and it's a neck-through, just like a real John Entwistle buzzard. My dean is a bolt on, however. I'd really like to know how you lower the strings on these bassesto an Entwistle action! If anybody can help, I'dappreciate it!