When I insert the tremolo bar on my 1993 CE 24 it sits at an angle too far up/away from the strings. The problem is caused by the bushing, which seems to be a bit misshapen. I can feel a tiny bump on the inside of the bushing as I insert the bar. Ideally, the bushing should be replaced, but I'd like to avoid that hassle if possible. If I can rotate the bushing so that the bump is in a different spot, I should be able to get the bar at the angle I like. Has anyone done that before? I tried to move it with needle nose pliers but no luck. I suppose I could also try to file down the bump. What kind of tool would fit inside the bushing and allow me to do that? Thanks for any suggestions!