Hi everyone. I own a Schecter Stiletto Studio 6-string, which has a 35 inch scale. It could handle tuning down all the way to G#, but after tuning it even lower to G (GCFAD#G#) the thickest string became too loose, too hard to tune and even harder to get the intonation right. I do not plan to tune further down, G is my absolute bottom. So really I´m just missing that half step. The strings I have on right now are Fodera steel heavy gauge, with a .135 thickest string. I have ordered a set of Daddario singles with a .145 thickest, but if even that attempt fails, I want a new bass. Dingwalls are expensive and very hard to get, here in Europe. I found a fanned fret Ibanez, in a similar price range as my Schecter, around 1000 €. But the scale of the thickest string is only half an ich longer: 35,5 inches. Do you think that extra half inch could help me achieve a solid G-tuned thickest string? Oh, and one more detail, I guess it could be important: the Schecter is a neck thru mahogany/maple/wallnut, the fan-fret Ibanez is ash with a bolt-on bubinga/something neck.... Thank you all in advance for your tips and views!