#1
Hey UGs
So i'm buying a new amp... and to raise funs i thought i'd sell my squier which i lent to my cos... anyways when he returns it he says "yeah so i put new strings on it and lined up all the saddles for you.." so after slapping him about he head, i siad thanks and kicked him out... after hours of trying i can't get the intonation of the B and e strings back to normal there too flat and the saddle is as far as it can go. so i thought i'd seek advice on here.
1. how the hell do i fix this
2. should i shoot my cos in one knee or both

family who needs em
thanks
Livin For the Music


dimebag420666 wrote:

i play guitar with my penis
#2
one time I couldnt get the intonation right on my b no matter what i did, so my buddy told me to change the string and it worked....so if all else fails, change the strings
#3
1. Change the strings, he probably bought cheap ****ty ones anyways
2. Make him buy the guitar for ****ing it up possibly
Gear:
Ibanez RG7321 Seven String
Epiphone Iommi Signature SG
Digitech Scott Ian Black 13
VOX Valvetronix AD100VTH
Laney 4x12 w/Celestion 50s
#4
i don't thinks it's the strings they're d'addrios xl's. i think 8's maybe 9's. could it be something else...
oh and the **** won't buy it even thou that was the agreement when i lent it to him
Livin For the Music


dimebag420666 wrote:

i play guitar with my penis