1 bully4me 4 months ago Recently started playing again after a short break of 20 plus years. Always had a "thang" for the Gretsch guitars and ordered one just over a month ago. Having intonation issues since day one. Called Gretsch, at first was told it wasn't a warranty issue but soon after I was referred to a local Gretsch approved shop to have it looked at. The guy was nice enough, looked at it right away but was in a rush having to leave to pick up his kid from school. I offered to leave it for a few days, his reply was "it should be OK now, better than it was". That's true it is better but still not right. Something I've noticed is the Bigsby is not dead centre. More towards the left side when looking from the body end towards the neck when laying flat. All the strings veer right heading to the bridge. Is this normal for this Model? It's not out a huge amount but certainly noticable. Could this be a reason for my intonation and tuning issues?I've lubed the nut, stretched the strings, been playing trying to break it in. Tried doing the intonation myself and within a few days It's all out agin. Hate coming here my first time posting with guitar issues, hoping for advice from those that know these Gorgeous Guitars . Any advice or help would be appreciated.