#1
- It's an Epiphone SG
- the action is quite low
- I use D'Addario XL 10"

Now, I fixed the intonation on 5 of the strings (by adjusting the saddles), but the G string is the problem. It's saddle is pulled all the way back but it needs to be pulled just a little bit more to be right. But if everything else is fixed good, the correct possition of the saddle should leave room for both pushing and pulling, am I right? I've never seen a guitar with a saddle pulled (or pushed) to the extreme...

I suspect that my action is actually too low, but I'd like to hear your opinion before I do anything.
Epiphone SG
Marshall JCM 800 2203
(no pedals, no effects, just lots of gain).
#3
Quote by webbtje
Pics. Your saddles shoudn't need to be moved to the right or left...

He doesn't mean to THE right, to BE right
ohai little sig.
#4
Oooh yeah... duh. Anyway, unless it's impeding your playing it shouldn't be a problem. see a tech if it's worrying you.
#5
If all fails, push it all the way up front and start re-intonating
"Play with your ears" - Yngwie Malmsteen, Paul Gilbert
Thats what she said...
UGmusic
#6
But is there a connection between the action (height) and intonation? Because when I bought the guitar, it was higher that it is now.
Epiphone SG
Marshall JCM 800 2203
(no pedals, no effects, just lots of gain).
#7
yeah there is. if u think about it, if the action is higher u get a speck more wiggle room for intonation.

can u flip ur saddle the other way to point to away from the headstock? or is it already that way.
Jenneh

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