#1
just posting this to make sure

my 12th fret height right now is 10/64ths

i want to get it to 8/64th first

then to 7/64th after that.

i just want to make sure the first saddle cut is to sand off 1/16th to get to 8/64th

then to sand off 1/32th to get to 7/64th.

check my measurements for me please thanks.
#5
Sounds right to me dude.

To drop 1/64 you must lower saddle by 1/32.

You want to go 2/64, so you must lower saddle by 2/32 = 1/16th.

Yup.
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#6
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Sounds right to me dude.

To drop 1/64 you must lower saddle by 1/32.

You want to go 2/64, so you must lower saddle by 2/32 = 1/16th.

Yup.


do you think going 1/16th is too much at one time, or should i got 1/32nd each time and test the action and repeat until satisfied?
#7
To be safe, I'd go 1/32nd at a time.
I mean, you can always put some sort of paper shim to boost the saddle back up, but you lose tone. Better to be safer and spend 30 more minutes than being sloppy and losing tone.
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