I'm having a short scale six built and we're considering angling the headstock as much as 17 degrees in an attempt to get more "bite" in the nut for the low B. The usual average is 13. (I'll be using a .145-.165 B string.) Anybody have pics of instruments that have more than average angles to their headstocks? I'd love to see them for comparison/ideas. Also, awhile back someone posted a pic of a low B string that was run through the headstock like a classical guitar but ONLY on the low B. Everyone seemed to hate it but I thought it could be a good solution and kind of liked the craftsmanship that was involved. Anyone happen to have that pic saved after the TB redo or can give me a still existing link? Anyone ever see string trees used with angled headstocks? Thanks everyone.