#1
Hey guys

I am having problems with my Les Paul Studio... I changed the strings a few days ago and while they were off, I adjusted both the tune-o-matic bridge and the stop bar ever so slightly. So I put the new strings on and tuned to standard without thinking much of it. But now whenever I play my D string especially, above the fifth fret, it sounds slightly sharp and gets increasingly more noticeably sharp the higher up the neck I play. This is something I've never heard of or encountered before. Can someone please tell me what the hell I need to do to fix this?

Thank you.
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#2
you need to move the saddles for each string back until they stay in tune at the frets
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#3
sounds like an intonation issue. its solved by bridge adjustments.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=602241

theres the sticky thread dedicated to stringing and setup, scroll down a little to find the Intonation section.
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