For anybody that has ever owned, played or seen a Warwick bridge (at least for the newer models) you've seen the type of bridges they have. Why in the hell would they use a bridge like that? What idiot came up with the design? I have a Corvette Standard 5 string and a Thumb Bolt-On 5 string, I can get the EADG strings on with no problems what so ever. I just have to have one hand on the bridge holding the string in place and the other hand up at the tuning key tightening the string. Now when it comes time to put the B string on, that's when things get tricky and I get extremely frustrated. I use DR Hi Beams 45-125; in order for me to get the B string in at the bridge I have to use a phillips screwdriver and a pair of needle nose pliers, shove it down into the slot and then begin tightening it at the tuning keys. This isn't just for the Corvette or just for the Bolt-On, this is for both of them. I wouldn't think a 125 gauge B string would be to thick for a 5 string bridge considering most of the 5 string packs i've seen have had a 125 or 130 gauge B string. Other than the bridge I love the basses. Maybe one day they'll come out with a string thru bass or come up with something to put over the bridge. Just a rant and sorry for the long post.