I have a Kahler six string bass bridge that I want to mount on my Ibanez SR506. It looks to me as if the bridge is supposed to be mounted at a slight angle. The way that the baseplate is designed, if you mount the front of it parallel to the end of the fingerboard, then the sides of the bridge are not parallel to the sides of the fingerboard. It seems logical to me that the sides of the bridge need to be parallel with the sides of the fingerboard, but I could be wrong. Here is a picture. Does anybody here have a bass with this bridge? If so, how is it mounted? How do I determine if the bridge needs to be countersunk? Several pictures of Warmoth Geckos that I saw a couple of years ago looked as if the bridge was countersunk. I eyeballed it with the stock bridge, and it looks as if the saddles will be the correct height without having to countersink it, but is that good enough? Also, if the footprint of the new bridge winds up being at a slight angle compared to the footprint of the old bridge, what point do I line up the new bridge with? Would I line it up with the treble side, which is closest to the neck? Or would I line it up with the bass side, which would put the treble side about 1/4" - 3/8" closer to the neck than the old bridge?