To get the lowest possible action, the saddle should be lowered, correct? In this case, why doesn't everyone just have the saddle set to lowest height for the lowest action? Is there a negative effect of having the saddle too low?
fret buzz
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Fret buzz. And ur strings might hit the saddle if it is acoustic, and other people just tough out bad action.
the string will hit the other frets too much.. i think.
im not sure. i havent changed mine.
My understanding:

It depends on your playing style. People who are light pickers can have lower action because they don't pick the strings too hard which doesn't cause them to vibrate too much which means they won't hit the frets and buzz.

Also higher action = better tone (to a degree)
fret buzz and dead notes
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