#1
Hey guys, just got my first acoustic guitar (Washburn D10S) and I'm loving it Just have one question... how would I go about adjusting the action on it? It's a lot higher than I want it to be and it makes playing some things a lot more difficiult than it should be.
#2
Usually acoustics don't have adjustable bridges. If it is adjustable, should be just like an electric. You might have your truss rod adjusted wrong, that might help.
#3
you can adjust the action by the white saddle within the bridge. Take it out and file it down or buy a thinner one. Make sure you file it even tho!
#4
you have to sand down the bridge abit but be careful if you sand it too much your ****ed, i suppose you could always buy a new one tho
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#6
yeah, on my old crappy generic acoustic, i just filed it down.
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#7
How easy is it to remove the saddle from the bridge? Havent tried it before!
#8
It should come out very easy mate.

But if I were you I'd give it to a luthier or a shop and ask them to sort it out. They'll give the truss rod any tweaks it may need and set up the intonation at the same time.