#1


I have no idea how I would do this. But somebody told me, in order to adjust string height I'd need to get a new nut and file it to my taste. Is this true? And what about intonation?
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#2
Acoustics are very difficult to intonate exactly...and I really wouldn't want my acoustic to sound like a piano anyways. String height, as in action, can be adjusted two ways. If you want the strings higher, you can replace the saddle and file it down until the height you want. If you want to lower it, you can use the saddle you have and file it down until the height you would like. Sand paper and a stable flat surface are all you need. Just be sure not to take too much off, or you'll be starting over again.

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#3
Yeah, if you want it lower stickytape a peice of sandpaper onto a table or something.
Get the nut off the guitar and then sand it down.
Dont take too much off.
And I think Stewmac.com has some good info on nuts and that sort of stuff.
If in doubt, take it to a tech and they can do it for you
#4
Alright, thanks for the help guys.
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thats pretty epic.
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Yup...