1 Kris 1 year ago Hi everyone,I recently acquired my dream guitar after nearly 8 years! After getting a white 5120 (which was ruined by a luthier a number of years ago) I've since upgraded to a G6118t which I'm in love with.Onto my question... (Though I'm not sure why I'm asking, as the Tru-Arc I had on my 5120 intonated perfectly!)Are the string grooves on a tru arc angled (which I just never noticed), to compensate for the angle the bridge is on? If not, is there a reason this isn't done? I would assume it would cause less binding potential from bigsby movement?See included image for a quick example of what I'm talking about (though obviously not 'accurate' in terms of the actual compensated angle).EDIT - Just realised the bridge is the wrong way around in my image example! You get the idea though Thanks!