k, so i need to lower the action on my acoustic. This means i have to sand some part of the bridge down right? now do i sand down the inside of the bridge, or do i just sand down the saddle?
yea, i know, ive got it measured evenly, and its about a milimeter, its just someone told me that it has to be the inside, not the saddle, and he's a pretty liable source most of the time... thanx
Quote by zeppelin68
if that doesnt work... get your truss rod adjusted

Yea Im with him on that^
Member #5 of the I <3 Schecter's Club-PM Schecter-06 to join
"Member of the Guitarists that wished they could sing because they would make fantastic frontmen club"-Pm Davidian to join
nah the trusses are good, its just sitting high, i bought it recently, its a Takamine, and its not bowing in any way, my old gibson did that i know the look of it.

no, its just that ive never done this, ive only been playing for 4 years, but what he told me didnt sound right
remember, the only noob question is a question not asked

Quote by Mad Marius
Because there's no point in being on the Internet of you're not gonna act like an arrogant prick.
if the action only needs to be lowered a milimetre, then just deepen the slot a little bit. About half a mm.

Then just sand the saddle a bit.