Hi guys. Need help from my fellow guitar nerds! I have a Gibson Explorer '76 Reissue (https://www.long-mcquade.com/71160/...n/Explorer_76_Natural_w_Gold_Hardware_Ltd.htm) and I *really* love the way it plays. Upon closer inspection, I noticed that the height of the G string saddle is a bit higher compared to the height of the D string. I've always thought that the D and G saddles had the exact same height (regardless of the string grooves I mean). And weirdly enough, I happen to love that. I can bend the B string without the G getting in the way while still having low action on the high e. Question: Are all Gibson Nashville bridges like this? How about Gibson ABR-1? I have a Non-wire ABR-1 from Philadelphia Luthiers and the height of D and G saddles are exactly the same. Thanks!