Ok, so last week I got a Les Paul studio. The stop bar was at such an angle that the strings were pressing into the back edge of the bridge and I raised the stop bar 2 and 1/2 turns on the bass side and 2 turns on the treble side. There is now just enough space to get a slip of paper between the back of the bridge and the strings. I just wanted to know if most of you will do this or if you run the stop bar at the lowest point and just let the strings contact the bridge? Here are some pics.