Hello, I had a question regarding setting up one of my made in Japan Hollowbody Gretsch’s with the pinned adjust-o-matic bridges. I’ve been in the music industry for several years and have always done my own setups. I’m originally from New England where the weather can wreak havoc on instruments. Anyhow I moved to a tropical climate about 5 years ago and never really had any major issues with any of my pro level Japanese made Gretsch’s. However this year going from the summer into the autumn months one of my Hollowbody Gretsch’s action became way too high to play comfortably. I tweaked the truss rod a tiny bit, straightening the neck leaving a tiny bit of relief. The action was still very high, so I lowered the bridge’s thumbscrews to pretty much as low as they can go. The action is still way too high. I’m thinking at this point I will probably have to sand down the base of the bridge in order to get the action where I want it. It’s just odd because I have never had this problem with this particular Gretsch. I’m a little reluctant to sand down the bridge as I don’t have a spare. Any thoughts or recommendations? Thank you.