Hi all, Has anyone in this forum ever modified a Spirit Steinberger Headless Bass so that it sits more naturally when strapped on like a normal Bass body? If you have, can you help share with me your experience. Problems I now face in playing it: 1. My right plucking arm does not have any rest to rest on (unlike a Bass Guitar's upper curve which acts as a rest), as a result, the entire plucking arm's weight falls onto my thumb. 2. My left has to extend further beyond the normal reaches (The Bass is unbalanced) of a bass position to play the lowest 'F' note on the open 'E' string, I think this is due to the small body and thus missing the extended horn for the strap unlike a normal bass guitar. (The Spirit models from MusicYo.com does not come with the pivot plate as with the original Steinbergers - these pivot plates solve some of the bass weight unbalance issue) The Spirit is a good bass and when it comes to portablity for gigs, it wins handsdown. However, playability is a big problem for it is hard to sustain a 45 min set, without having to practise Yoga! Therefore HELP!