Hi all. Going through all the usual gas suffering, and trying to direct my focus else where. All this talk of falcons driving me nuts. So i thought i would maker some changes to things i already have. So, I got theirs es295. Its a reissue from 2015 based on a 1955. Historically correct. Hand down its a cool guitar. I am not getting along completely with the bail tail piece. Period correct. I have it strung with 10’s, even though they come from the factory with 12’s. The one i have was a special run for Chicago music exchange. A number 1 prototype. They set it up with the 10s. I got the bail as low as it will go. Even had to remove a washer on the bass side to get the action to where i want it. It plays well, but I’m picky and like it real low. Apparently when i play it, the tail piece moves a little. I notice that the strings aren’t perfect over the pole pieces. Also like this, the acoustic volume is very low. Not that a body made like this will ever ring. When i move the tail piece back over the pickup poles, the acoustic volume goes up slightly. But i have to retune. Pain in the butt. Could this be due to lighter string gauge? Perhaps. But i don’t want 12’s. I thought about replacing the tailpiece with a standard gibson one, and adding a wood bass and Compton bridge. Assuming i can remove the bail, and not drill new holes. Maybe this would solve the movement issue. Then it dawned on me, i could pout a bigsby on it, with a new bridge. I am not sure which side bigsby i would need. I also dont know how ugly the end of the guitar would be if i ever put the bail back on to sell, with extra holes. So, if i went that route, what bigsby, probably silver, and what’s a decent doff the shelf bridge ? I have a guy that can do the work should i go that route. Or, unless there is a simple bail solution, another bridge and tail pice.