Thank you John. Hmmm, Correct me if I’m wrong, shimming the bridge should have the same effect on the string/neck geometry as tilting the neck? The neck and body are one piece so no adjustment is possible at the neck. I wish I hadn’t glued the saddle to the bridge before setting it up. Any tricks to break a superglue bond between wood and bone? Or perhaps a better option is to raise the whole bridge. It is glued to the body with Titebond, any tricks to releasing a Titebond wood/wood joint? A third option would be to shim the top of the saddle first to test if shimming will correct the problem. I’ll experiment a little and report back with results.