#1
I just bought an ESP LTD EX-360 and it has a tune-o-matic bridge. Its my first guitar with a TOM bridge so this question is probably very easily answered.

I'm setting up my guitar and I need to adjust the intonation but the intonation screw heads are facing the bridge pickup. The screw heads are phillips and I can't get a phillips screw driver in between my pickup and the bridge to adjust the screws. If I could find a very small offsetted (90 degree) phillips head screw driver I could get in there no problem and adjust the screws. The only offsetted phillips screwdriver I can find is just too big to fit in between the pickup and bridge.

If someone could just let me know what tool I need to adjust those screws and where I could find it, that would be awesome! Also if anyone could tell me some tips on how to adjust those screws to adjust the intonation, that would be great also.
#2
tiny screw drivers. like the set you use for glasses.

and if you dont know how to intonate?
then check the setup thread. green link in my sig,
Jenneh

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#3
I turned them around on my Jackson and just set it up. I fuss u could always bend a screwdriver if u had to. But it's strange how thay like almost put the bridge on backward.lol
#4
I definitely know how to intonate. But yea its weird having the screws facing the neck haha