i have a classical guitar which is about 35 years old, and the tuning is the problem. the stability is fine, but the intonation is way off. it doesnt have the little screws on the bridge like on electric guitars to adjust the intonation; my guess is that the neck is a bit out of shape and this is causing it to sound out of tune when i play certain chords/certain positions even when i tune it perfectly to a tuner.

is this something that can be fixed or is it not worth the money? thanks.
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If I were you I'd take it to the good 'ole shop and get her a nice intonation setup. If the guitar is in shape, this will be $15-$20, so expect just a little more than that. Also, if something needs replacing, they'll tell you.
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