So... I have a '95 Modulus Quantum 6. I love everything about it, except how it hangs. I'm not surprised... Every bass I've owned, I've had to mod to change how the bass naturally hangs, for ergonomic reasons. Typically, I add a strap nut to the treble side of the neck, at the heel/joint, which pulls the neck up to hang at 45+ degrees of level. Two reasons why I can't do this on the Q6: 1) It's graphite, and I'm terrified of ruining the neck, as replacing it would not be cheap. 2) The neck is so long and heavy, and sits so far back into the body, that the center of mass is substantially forward of the joint: so far forward that I would be drilling into the curved, hollow portion of the neck. So where I would normally put the strap nut causes unbelievable neck dive. I considered adding mass to the bridge... But I would need 24 oz of weight (a lead disc about 3" dia x 1" thick) to move the center of mass back enough. So I noticed on Spector basses, that the bridge nut is higher up on the body, on the bass side heel. When I hold my strap in that area, it seems to make the body sit down more, effectively giving me the angle I'm looking for. However, I can't REALLY tell, as I have to push on it to hold it there; and I don't want to tape it on to try it, for fear of ruining the finish. So... My ultimate question: Would moving the bridge strap nut, from its center position over to the bass side heel (like Spector), actually cause the body to hang lower? Or will it just go back to hanging ~30 degrees from level? Any other suggestions for how I could get the angle I'm looking for? I like my basses to hang at 45+ (maybe even 60+) degrees from level, with the 1st or 2nd fret about eye level. Really appreciate any help! If I can't figure this out, gonna have to sell her, and I really REALLY don't want to!