#1
I have an SG style guitar I'm supposed to fix. Non-brand name and very cheap. Everything works kinda alright but the intonation is WAY off. I think the bridge wasn't placed right and the way it seems I may have to move it towards the fretboard. Should I just fill in the old holes and drill new ones or is there more to it than that?
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#2
Thats about it, but you'll need to drill holes for the grounding wire too.

Of course first find out its intended scale lenght(should be 24.75") and then move the bridge accordingly
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#3
Ok thanks.

I forgot about the grounding wire.
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#4
well going from what i know of SGs aren't the pickups right next to the bridge? if so thats gonna cause you a bit of a problem
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