Hello. The two lowest strings on my 5 stringer go about 10-15 cents too sharp up the neck (can't be too certain on the B as the tuner doesn't pick it too accurately), but the saddles can't go any closer to the tailpiece as the intonation mechanism uses springs which can't get any more compressed. What gives? I bought the bass a while ago and didn't get to use it too much (I mostly play "regular" guitar) and I don't remember whether the intonation was problematic before. Today I replaced the strings it came with, choosing .045-.135 Elixir Nanowebs. I don't know what kind of set was previously used, but they visually seemed identical to the Elixir set, with non-colored ball ends. The saddles basically have more space left for further lengthening of the scale length, but the springs in use just won't allow it. Can/should I somehow trim some of the "excessive windings" of the two springs in question in order to free up more of the intonation space? Thanks in advance.