Hey guys, how's it going? I'm having a bit of trouble with the large string on my Gibson Gothic II Explorer. We tune in C-Standard and use 13-59 gauge strings; I tried out 14-68 baritone gauge strings before but they proved too dull and large. Anyways, I know it's a 24.75" scale guitar, but I don't think that's the problem as my LTD EX400 (also 24.75) can handle lower, even down to B standard/drop A with a bit of intonation wizardry. The only difference between them at this point are the bridge saddles (since I installed Grover locking tuners and an Earvana on the Gibby when I bought it). The bridge saddles on the Gothic's bridge look crappy, they're barely even cut into and the strings basically sit on top of a nick in the metal. The bridge saddles on the EX400, however, have nice large grooves where the string can sit in comfortably. All the other strings are perfect, but the C string sounds garbly and is a little bitchy on the intonation. Thoughts? Thanks!