Say, I just got a custom instrument from the luthier who built it and the distance from the front of the low E string bridge pin to the nearest point on the saddle is 6/32 of an inch. All of my other guitars are 12/32 of an inch, except one which is 10/32 of an inch. When I brought this up to the luthier I got lots of indignation and a "that's the way I build them" attitude. The keyhole slot on that particular pin hole is super close to the bridge and the break angle is very steep because of this. Am I being unreasonable to request a new bridge with the low E string bridge pin hole set back a bit. It's an angled saddle, not a straight one with compensation. Please give me your opinion as I like the instrument otherwise I just think this is affecting tone and will be a problem down the road.