I'm working on a '54 Les Paul Precision Guitar project. I've never been a LP guy, so this is a learning process. My original idea was to model it after Neil's "Old Black", which means it has a Bigsby. Being a '54, the kit is drilled for a wraparound bridge. It seems that there is no aftermarket tone-o-matic style bridge made for this pole spacing (3.25” for use with a Bigsby. Would like to avoid drilling. Dogbone: uses a wound G-- need a plain G. Baddass: the strings hit the back of the bridge After scouring the web, it seems like a fair number of people have been in similar situations, but I don't really see any solutions. This said, I'd really like to avoid a pro/con Bigsby discussion. I know it is a hot topic, and I may or may not end up putting one on. I have a compensated wraparound on order. Just entertaining all options at this point. Wondering if anyone has come across any bridge and/or stud solutions for this situation. Any help is appreciated!