#1
does it matter which direction the saddle on my lp faces cause i went to fix the intonation on it and noticed that the adjustment screw were facing the pickups and in all the pics i see they are facing the stop-bar is this a problem or is it fine
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#2
My LP faces the pickups, and my Explorer faces the bar.
As long as the intonation is good, it doesn't matter.
It's easier to adjust if it faces the pickups because the strings will flex some in that direction, but not so much in the other.
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#3
Its interchangable as to which way its facing just make sure after you get it set you put it back on the same way. Its just easier to adjust with the screws towards the pickups and the wire retainer comes off easier if you need to take it out with the strings on.
#4
thanks, for the help
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#5
Some guys flip the saddles over so they can have the bridge upside down to get at the screws 'much easier'. I could never be bothered - they're really not that difficult to get at where they are.
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