Alright So i have a cheap-o ESP B-105, the truss rod has been tightened to the point where it cant go anymore, the saddles have been taken all the way down and yet I STILL have approx 9/64th of relief at the 12th. Now that you know the problem its proposal time. I know that when you have this on an acoustic one would simply shave the bridge down, so if i apply that to this instance, seeing as how this is a cheap bass and one i dont play too often, and in the name of experimentation, Im thinking about using my dremel to route out a pocket for the bridge to sit in effectively lowering the overall height of the strings at the bridge. I dont know if this would effect intonation. Any ideas? Or am I over thinking this (which I no doubt think I am ).