#1
i have a left handed RG5EX1 and i tried to restring it but stupidly took all of the saddles off and all the screws are in the same position i have all the strings on fine but everytime i try to tune it to drop D the trem system is raised way to high i took it in to guitar center and the gut there told me the saddle postion wouldn't affect anything and basically all he did was tune the strigs down and didn't really help me at all but i think the saddles are the problem i don't know how to fix it
Last edited by Devianteviljosh at Oct 1, 2009,
#5
the springs in the back of the guitar need to be tightened or more need to be added.
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#8
If it's your springs that are jacked then fixing your intonation won't help at all.

You need to add tension to your springs, until the bridge is parallel with the body, and the strings stay in tune.

Oh, and for future reference, don't double post.
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