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Hello, I have some intonation issues with my acoustic. I've researched a bit and don't want to have to modify the bridge/tailpiece or nut of the guitar until I have to. I was wondering if the string gauge effects intonation on an acoustic? The neck/action is set pretty well and I know how to adjust that. If i throw bigger strings on, will it change my intonation and make my fretted notes flatter? Right now all the notes progressively get sharper as I play up[ the neck.

Thanks for your time!
-monty
Guitar: Original Parker Fly Classics - Flextone HD - POD
Bass: Schecter Studio 4 - POD XT pro
#2
i very much doubt it.if u dont want to adjust ur bridge maybe try adjusting the neck relief slightly
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