#1
Cant get the intonation of my low E string right. Tried to change it at the stoptail aswell as the action. Even tho Ive bene on it for 2 hours of work trying things out. The E on the 12th fret keeps on being to high. Like 450 points (dont know what it means axactly) on my chromatic tuner. What is going on?
#2
Could possibly be a bent neck affecting things... Also, old/dirty strings put out intonation, so try cleaning the string thoroughly, and if things don't improve just change it, and stretch properly. Hope that helps!
#3
So you fiddled with the action and even re-set the stoptail height. Hmmmm. Did you by any chance change the intonation at the bridge saddle?
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#4
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So you fiddled with the action and even re-set the stoptail height. Hmmmm. Did you by any chance change the intonation at the bridge saddle?


I tried that aswell yes, my native language is not english so sometimes its hard for me to explain things. Anyway its a new guitar so I dont hope the neck is bend:P and it are new strings (I already playe don it for 5-6 hours to get it in tune, now only intonation seems strange:s)

I had the same problem with my last strings but couldnt be bothered to change it, hoped it would be solves with these new ones. But still its not right:O
#5
Did you buy it off the internet? if it was then it might be the neck even if you bought it from a store it might still be the neck.
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