#1
I was wondering if anyone in the forum knew how to properly intonate your acoustic. Or even is its something that I can do by myself at home.
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#2
Any links would be helpful as well...
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#3
i dont even think thats something you can do. dont acustic guitars have the inotation part of the bridge fixed in one spot? unless you were making a guitar completely from scratch, i dont see how you can do it.
#4
you can adjust your intonation, but i wouldn't reccomend doing it yourself. adjustments to intonation on an acoustic guitar are made by reshaping and/or repositioning the saddle. i can't really go into detail on this process because it's not something i have ever adjusted myself. if you take your guitar to a stringed instrument repair shop and ask them to put a set-up on your guitar, intonation should be one of the things they correct if needed.
#5
Setting up an acoustic is well within reach of an experienced and resoursefull home mecanic. But why do you ask this? What exactly are the problems you have?
#6
Ill probably just do that jimtaka, thanks
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Practice Practice Practice man. You can't get better at anything without practice. Oh, and mustard too.



I play like I'm breaking out of jail.

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