Hey all. I have a new-to-me 2018 standard, and i noticed it is noisy with overdrive, more than it should be. I touch the pickup covers, noise goes away. BUT, not when I touch the bridge... weird So I checked the cavity (PCB of course) and checked electrical continuity between all the grounds. Turns out, the solid copper wire is not connected to either of the bridge pieces. I don't know what it's connected to inside the guitar. It is secure into the PCB, and from the ground wire to the pot body, output jack, etc. the continuity rings good. But, there is no continuity to the bridge. Anyone see this before? They wired the damned things normally for at least 40 years, why do they have to screw with stuff that isn't broken. (I know, $$) but even cheap guitars are hand wired. I'm pretty sure a re-wiring job is in my future somewhere to replace that stupid PCB. But what about that damned ground wire? Where does it go?