This Warmoth Strat is approximately 30 years old and was tough to play. The player and I found out that the bridge was vintage spaced and pushed the strings far too close to the edge of the fingerboard. The solution was to swap it out for a new Callaham V/N bridge. The "V" stands for vintage mount (6 screws) and the "N" is for narrow spacing. Wow, what a difference in both playability and sustain. (note the outer 2 bridge mounting screws were omitted as there must have been a 2 point bridge at some time with two large post holes in the body - we may opt to plug thesein the future). We also replaced the pots as the old ones were pretty rough. I used an Emerson Custom 500KA pot for the volume and went with Bourns pots for the tones. I initially had Emersons in for the tones too but found the sweep far too subtle for most of the pot's travel for this guitar (around 2-3 they began to roll off rather quickly). The Bill Lawrence bridge pickup's plastic mounting tabs were stripped out so they were plugged and re-tapped.
The pot swap was featured over on the vlog (video below).