#1
which way should the srews to adjust the string intonation in a tune o matic bridge face: the pickups or the tailpiece?? thanks in advance
#2
it depends on whever its sharp or flat?

EDIT: ignore i misread the question
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Last edited by rhysm at Nov 13, 2007,
#4
Quote by rhysm
it depends on whever its sharp or flat?

whats the diference between sharp and flat?? sorry i really dont know that much about it. my problem is that i had my guitar repaired nd the put the bridge facing towards the tailpiece and i cant really adjust the intonation. i used to have the screws facing the pickups
Last edited by slashfan31 at Nov 13, 2007,
#5
Usually they are toward the pickups. Not hugely important tho. Screws are easier to reach with em facing the pickups.
#6
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Usually they are toward the pickups. Not hugely important tho. Screws are easier to reach with em facing the pickups.

ok thanks a lot
#7
^Yeah what tackleberry said. Just take it off and turn it around.
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#8
and then redo the intonation.
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#9
If you face it towards the tail piece, the low E string is sitting just above the notch and the high E has a lot of room to move.
So face it toward the pick-ups!