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Hi everyone.

I notice that the height of the bridge can be adjusted on both sides of the floyd rose, at the first string and at the sixth string. I'm using custom skinny top heavy bottom strings, 10's on top and some huge gauge on the bottom.

What's happening is that when I raise the bridge to create enough clearance for the bottom three strings that leaves the top three strings much further from the fretboard than they need to be and thus harder to play.

With this in mind, I was thinking about lowering just the first string side of the bridge to lower the top strings and preserve the distance for the bottom strings. So, the strings wouldn't be a uniform distance from the fretboard. Is there anything wrong with this approach? Will it create any problems for my playing or my sound?

Thanks