Hi all, So this has been bothering me. My five string bass obviously has a curved fretboard. Specs say to measure string height from the 17th fret from the bottom of the string. 2.4mm for the b/d/e strings and 2.0 for the d/g strings. I did accordingly. Now since the fretboard is curved, when I run my fingers over the strings with my right hand, it is obvious that my a string is higher than all the rest cause of the curved fretboard. It makes it a bit difficult to play cause I have to raise my plucking fingers as I go from b to e to a and then down when I go to d and g. Is this normal? Which leads me to a bigger question. The manual states that I should measure pickup height 2.8 for bass side and 2.0 for treble side. It is impossible because my b string height is lower due to the fretboard curve, so i cannot get my b and e strings to be 2.8mm away from the pickup at the same time. What gives? How can I set up exact pickup height specs if the freboard is curved therefore causing the strings to be at different heights above the pickups...therefore making it impossible to meet those pickup height specs????