#1
What happens after there is no more room for adjustment in one direction. Are you just completely screwed or is there something else you can do?
#3
Quote by rbusta
i'd try different strings


.....that doesnt help the intonation for that string. Unless you mean make it so their all slightly out of tune. Which I dont want.
#4
what type of bridge? because on a TOM, you can flip that individual post (if it starts like this |\ make it like this /|
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#5
you might be screwed, but if this is a new problem on that guitar something else is probably causing it.
#7
Quote by Mixmasta91
What happens after there is no more room for adjustment in one direction. Are you just completely screwed or is there something else you can do?


Depends entirely on the guitar, what guitar is it that you're setting up?
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