I'm in the process of refinishing my 7621 (pics coming soon), and I usually tune this guitar to A standard. The saddle for the low A doesn't move back far enough (even after removing the spring that keeps the saddle in place), so I'm planning to install the bridge farther back on the body to achieve proper intonation with low strings. My question is, how far back should I move it? I want it far back enough that I could correctly intonate a .062 in A (and maybe .068 in G) but still be able to move the treble saddles forward enough to intonate properly in standard tuning. So how far back should I move the bridge? 0.25"? 0.5"? More/less? Thanks, Dan PS: I'm not trying to change the scale length here, since that's determined by the distance between the nut and 12th fret...just want enough clearance with the saddles to intonate everything the way it should be.