#1
Long story short, I was adjusting the action on one of my guitars, and the saddle burst in two. That shouldn't happen, but it was still under warranty, so I called the manufacturer, and a set of new saddles are on their way. In the meantime, what exactly is involved in the process of replacing saddles on a strat-style hardtail, and how difficult a repair is this going to be?
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#2
Maybe I'm missing something but it seems to me it'd be as simple as strings off, keep loosening the intonation screw till it's free of the saddle, put a new saddle on and screw the intonation screw into that, then set up action and intonation properly. At least, that's assuming it's all just like a regular Strat. Should just take a screwdriver and a couple minutes per saddle.
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Maybe I'm missing something but it seems to me it'd be as simple as strings off, keep loosening the intonation screw till it's free of the saddle, put a new saddle on and screw the intonation screw into that, then set up action and intonation properly. At least, that's assuming it's all just like a regular Strat. Should just take a screwdriver and a couple minutes per saddle.



This was the exact process I went though when changing my telecaster's saddles. I assume it will be the same for you