I am adding a maestro trem to my 2018 SG Special, because....well, because they are my favorite trem and I would put them on all my guitars if possible. Anyway. In my first shot at it, I pulled off the stop tail and laid down the trem. Since the ground wire goes to the treble side of the now empty stoptail bushing, I get a ground issue where it is very noisy (esp. when touched or if the trem moves on it) making my P90 equipped guitar really noisy. Do I need to re-route the ground wire somewhere? Does it normally depend on the stop tail being there to carrying the signal to the other bass side bushing to achieve proper ground? Is electrical tape over the treble bushing all I need? I can't be the only one to slap a maestro on my SG... Wiring gurus...help!