#1
So my les paul has a tune-o-matic bridge.. and probably from the first string change... I must of accidently put the saddles back on the wrong way round. Does this affect tuning stability or intonation? I can't swap it back either as the strings have already made notches in the saddles which fits each strings' individual size.
#2
As long as the saddles are in the same position both ways, no. They will face the same way even when flipped around.
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#3
if you're that concerned just detune, whip it of, switch it round then tune up again.
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#4
There's no "backwards" with a TOM bridge. As long as it intonates it's fine.