#1
I play a mexican strat that has had intonation problems for a little while. I finally got around to adjusting the saddle and now my intonation is fine but my G string buzzes now (open and on each fret). It sounds as though the buzz is coming from the saddle area. If it matters, I had to adjust the saddle back, away from the fretboard quite a bit in order to get the intonation right.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks!
#2
strum the guitar acoustically.

touch the saddle, dont the buzz stop?

if so, one of the height pegs or the intonation screw isnt secure and it's making a vibrating noise. usually you can stop the noise by adjusting a screw or adding a bit of sponge in there.

if it's buzz caused by low action, then you'll want to raise the saddle.
that's the kind of buzz you get with the string rubs a fret.
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