The problem: the string spacing on the stock threaded saddles that come with the Squier Cabronita with Bigsby is too wide for the pickups and neck. Bringing the strings into the appropriate position leaves the high strings, especially the high E, sitting over the adjustment screw hole. Tone and sustain are poor: There's been a lot of discussion about replacing this bridge on B5-equipped Teles and Jaguars and Jazzmasters. While I've seen plenty of other suggestions, the only real solution I've seen is to get a Mastery bridge ($150+) or Staytrem (unavailable in the U.S.). It seems to me the simplest solution would be to find saddles that were a little narrower, but I haven't been able to find any. I think the screw holes are too close to the sides to grind the barrel down. You could also ditch the B5 plate and install some variation of a Tele bridge but I don't think I want to do that. Any other ideas?