#1
I own a 60's reissue mexican telecaster and it's great, however I had the problem for a while of the b string being sharp when fretted, so today i adjusted the saddle length which solved this problem, but since two strings sit in each saddle it has made the e string go flat when fretted, is there any way around this so I can fix the problem or should i take it to a tech?
#2
with that type of bridge saddles, you have to find a happy-medium.
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#3
Hi Harrison,
It might be the action at the nut that needs to be adjusted for the B string, rather than the bridge? If your nut slots are too high, that will affect your intonation too.
Cheers
Olaf