I have read a number of posts here over the years discussing how different bridges have a noticeable effect on the tension or "slinkiness" if the strings. For example, how a top-loader has a different feel than a through-body bridge, some commenting that it feels more slinky. I don't get it. I think a guitar string needs to have a certain tension to tune to a specific note. So, wouldn't the tension on the high E on any guitar of the same scale with the same string be the same? And even as I think about this as I write, it seems a top-loaded string would be less flexible than a through body as there is less string to pull on between the bridge and the where the string end is seated. Just curious.