Just got myself a 2013 Les Paul Traditional and it's a great guitar in every way however I thought it was lacking a bit of sustain and upon closer look it appears the bridge saddles are cut too deep. I did a little researching and it seems that ideally you want only half of the string below the top of the saddle. My wound strings definitely have more than half below the top of the saddle and the unwound strings look to be inside the saddles. Would new saddles cut right give me a little more sustain, or should I take this opportunity to upgrade the bridge in its entirety? Of I upgraded the bridge what brand should I go with? I like the idea of the Callaham bridge but I really don't want to pay 200 bucks to get it to Canada, or is that what a good bridge is going to set me back? What are your thoughts fellas?