I gather that over all string length affects the tension of a string. IOW, a 35" B is "tighter" than a 34", and a through body 34" is supposed to be "tighter" than a regular top load, by way of overall string length.. So, assuming this to be true, I see that almost all basses at the headstock, have the low strings the shortest, overall, from tuner to ferrule. It would seem that, to have higher tension on the low strings, that the reverse would work, the tuners for the low strings should be further away from the nut. Educate me?