#1
My guitar is never fully in tune. The strings are in tune when I play them open and when I play most open chords. But when I play power/bar chords and octaves, it never sounds quite right...usually the G string is off a bit.

Is this a problem with my strings, the bridge, or something else?


Any help is appreciated. Thanks, guys and girls.


Oh, I have a Carlo Robelli Acoustic/Electric.

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#2
I think I have the same problem. Take it into any music shop adn they can repair it. But I heard it's a procedure that could possibly snap the neck of your guitar. Only do it of it really annoys you
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#3
its a problem with the intonation, on most electrics its easy to fix, but on acoustics you might not be able to so easily, defienatly take it to a shop
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#4
To be honest, on an acoustic that cost you $100, fixing the intonation, if even possible, is not worth your time or money. The reason why acoustics have the rustic sound is because they are not intonated perfectly. Would you really want your guitar to sound like a piano?

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#5
Well, I would like my guitar to be in tune for once. And if fixing the intonation is the way to make that happen, then it would be worth my money.
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