#1
Hello, I have bought a guitar Washburn WD10 from a guy who modified it to be used for left hand play (he changed nut,changed saddle groovefrom down left- up right into left up-right down and fliped saddle and strings).

So I had guitar taken into shop,guy changed nut and saddle and fliped string, but what I havent realised is that saddle groove is still reversed (as shown on pictures bellow). Now I want to know is that a problem? Guitar works normaly,shud I take it back into shop or is it ok to stay this way?

My bridge:



Right way:



Thank you for help
#2
Your intonation will most definitely be off.
If you wanted to change it back, there are 2 options I would go with,
Either buy a new bridge and do a swap.
Fill in the current saddle slot and use a router to cut a new one.
Last edited by Thom1989 at Jul 6, 2016,
#3
Quote by Thom1989
...[ ]....Fill in the current saddle slot and use a router to cut a new one....[ ]....
An inexperienced woodworker / "luthier apprentice", would more than likely wind up replacing the bridge anyway, but hey, it's worth a shot.

TS: You really should be scolded for buying this guitar. You know that, right?