#1
heres my problem. I set up my intonation today the best that I could, I closely followed directions on how to set it up. The only problem I ran into was that, for the thick e string, is that I have the saddle all the way back and the fretted note is still sharp, any suggestions?

I am using DR 11-50 strings, with a OFR, and in drop C tuning.
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#2
I don't know what you can do about it, but it's happening because you're in drop C. Something about modern guitars being designed primarily for anywhere from a whole tone up and/or down from standard.
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#3
Hmm, well all of the other strings seem to be fine, its mostly the string that is in drop C, its not too far off though.
Peavey 6505+
Marshall Jcm-900 Lead 1960 cab
Jackson USA RR1 w/SD blackouts
Jackson Dominion w/SD Distortion
Jackson SLS3 w/SD blackouts
Maxon OD808
EH Small Clone chorus
Ampeg B2R
Ampeg Cabs, 4x10, 1x15
Rickenbacker Bass Guitar
Ibanez CP-9
#4
With floyd roses arent you able to turn the saddle around? If you can that's what you do.
#5
Floyds are a bitch for intonation. once you do one the others go out.... agggg... Thats how my 12 string was, but it doesnt have a floyd. i would tune like half and the other half would go sharp or flat..... bastards...
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#6
I have a very similar problem, only difference is taht its my G string tuned a 1/2 step down and I have a stop-tail bridge.