Hi Guys, I have a question? I have a Carvin AC-40 that I'm pretty sure that I'd like to convert to BEAD tuning... It has an acoustic type bridge and I don't think that the intonation will be right if I change the strings and tuning... judging from where the EAD strings already are, I'm probably going to have to move the saddle channel back a couple of milimeters. In your opinion, is the best way to do this to fill the existing slot with a strip of ebony (Bridge piece is ebony) and then cut a new slot? if so, what's the best way to cut this new slot? would a dremel tool with a router base mounted on it work, if I clamped on a piece of guide wood as a fence? anyone had any experiences with such an operation? Say on an ABG or something?