Another bigsby question. I have tried for some time to get/make/but a acoustic guitar with a bigsby. What i have is a G5034tft, photo below. Not a true acoutic as the body is too thick, i can go on about it, but who has time. So i considered a piezo type bridge, and have found a few that work on archtops, but no one ever put them on with a bigsby. One concern is that if its wood, the bigsby action might strat to saw away at the bridge. Then i found the fishman power bridge, which is made for les Paul types, but has two posts that seem to fit on a archtop bridge. But one thing that came to mind is whether it not the strings actually move over the bridge. If just the borage and posts sway a bit during use, then this will work, but if they slide just a tad over the bridge, the internal pickups might very well amplify the scraping sound. Which would defeat the purpose of having a amplified acoustic with bigsby if it makes a scary sound every thime I use it. So, do the strings move over, or does the bridge move, or maybe a bit of both?