#1
So I noticed that the previous owner of my Fender Strat jacked with the saddles and threw off the action completely, enough that some strings are higher/lower off the fretboard than others. How do I fix this; better question, what's the proper way to set up the action/saddles/intonation on a Strat?
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So I noticed that the previous owner of my Fender Strat jacked with the saddles and threw off the action completely, enough that some strings are higher/lower off the fretboard than others. How do I fix this; better question, what's the proper way to set up the action/saddles/intonation on a Strat?



ok well the top of the page is the set up thread.

the first post shows that you need a tiny allen wrench to raise the two pegs per saddle to lower the high ones.

ok now that you know that,

you should probably also know that he may have raised some of the saddles to eliminate fret buzz.
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