I just received a pre-owned Loar 400 (via eBay). It looks to be in excellent condition, great low action (lower than I'm used to from a 1917 Gibson A-1). My only question concerns the bridge. The saddle on the bridge seems to be set quite high, riding high on the thumbwheels. As I mentioned, the action is low. Maybe the bridge is supposed to ride that high, but I'm accustomed to seeing mando bridges where they are almost a tight "sandwich" between the bridge, the thumbwheels, and the saddle on top.
Is there something wrong with this or is it supposed to be this way?