#1
I got a Martin DCX1E this Christmas and today I noticed that the 13th fret of the e string was flat. I figured it must be the strings, so I changed em, but the note is still flat.

Does anyone know why this might be happening?
#4
possibly your neck is warped in such a way that it causes this? maybe there is someting in the peg hole on the bridge casuing this?

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#7
It's too complicated.

If intonation is the problem, I'm going to have to take it somewhere to get it fixed.
#8
Yeah it's the intonation and that most likely means that it will require some adjustment of the saddle which on an acoustic is best left to a pro. IMO you should just bring it to a good luthier for a regular set up.
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