So I've been digging out my older guitars and got around to cleaning up a Joe Bonamassa gold top over the weekend. One thing I noticed was that the bridge height was much lower than other Epis or Gibsons made around the same few years. Was there any reason why the neck joint was particularly lower for this model? There's absolutely nothing wrong with it, it's properly setup and plays great. Just curious why they changed the geometry for this guitar in particular as I thought Epi would use the same routing program for the bodies. Was this a particular selling point at the time? (I'm not familiar with Bonamassa's stuff or preferences etc..., but did watch a few youtube videos from back in the day when he was promoting this model).