Hi, I am just building my partscaster, and it could very well be that I will go with mounting a B5 Bigsby onto it - as I just stumbled over this one here and was immediately blown away Nevertheless, I would prefer to keep as much as possible the traditional look and feel of the standard 3-Saddle Tele Bridge. Questions: can the usual Tele bridge be tweaked to work with a Bigsby? (clearing the space to let the strings through)? does anyone have experiences with 3-saddle bridges & Bigsby? if the trad bridge isnt a good idea, what would be your recommendations to stay as close as possible to the traditional look&feel? (I do not like flat bridges, a Mastery I feel overengineered, and the Jazzmaster-like thing that Fender seems to use with Bigsnys is just crap imho (saying this as a long time Jazzmaster player...) here is my starting point. A MJT 1pcs swamp ash body, the Neck is just being replaced by an Allparts FAT Maple neck. Top by sl_underwound posted May 14, 2020 at 9:09 PM thanks!