Ok, we all grew up on these $25 Leo Quan Killer intonation wrap around bridges we installed on many Gibson back in the day. Tone Pro, Pigtail etc weren't around then.
I had this 1965 Cherry SG since I was 16 years old.. That was 37 years ago. Go me a 1970's double cream PAF Dimarzio Super Distortion in my routed out P-90 bridge position. I always hated the way the LEO QUAN bridges tilt forward when go to tighten strings. I also hated the thickness of them
So on this 1964 Polaris White I got to thinking yesterday. I ground down the bridge on a table flat sander. Cut a washer in half and ground it till fit tight and not push out when tighten strings above post. BAMM... sits straight, more Sustain and intonate better than ever. I also ground down the ends of adjust screws to give it the Mean Ass L@@K! This is my story, and I'm sticking to it., *****