#1
I'm intonated perfectly at 12, but 1-5 on low E are still too sharp and that's WITH an Earvana. What the hell?
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#2
How... What...
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#3
Don't press down so hard! You only need to press down hard enough to get the note to ring correctly and sound good. Any harder is just wasted effort.
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#4
^That or the luthier ****ed up the fret spacing somehow (should never ever happen).
EDIT: but just for clarity, most likely that^
#5
Quote by hendrixism
^That or the luthier ****ed up the fret spacing somehow (should never ever happen).
EDIT: but just for clarity, most likely that^


Earvana doesn't fix the even tempered issue totally, it brings the out of tune areas in a little closer. There are also two types of earvana nuts. One type requires no change to you guitar and actually extends some of the strings zerofret out over the fretboard, the other type requires the fingerboard be shortened by a small amount. SO depending on which type you got there is room for error.
Moving on.....
#6
I emailed Earvana and they said that the string slots just need to be filed out a bit. Thanks for the input.
ESP Edwards Explorer - DiMarzio D Activator
ESP LTD V-300 - DiMarzio D Activator
ESP LTD EC-401 - DiMarzio D Activator
Ibanez RG2EX2 - DiMarzio Super Distortion / LiquiFire
Hughes and Kettner Switchblade 100
BOSS NS-2
Hardwire Polyphonic Tuner