#1
My D string is closer to the fretboard than all my other strings. I don't know how this happened. Could it have something to do with the Tremolo? It's on a Squire Strat by the way, maple fretboard.
#3
the first problem is the squier strat. its a cheap guitar thats not worth maintaining. save up for a half decent guitar for at least $300.
#4
Quote by GoWithTheFlow
the first problem is the squier strat. its a cheap guitar thats not worth maintaining. save up for a half decent guitar for at least $300.

Yeah, and if a light bulb burns out in your house, just move.
#5
Yeah, I think it's the Saddle height. I've tried adjusting it, but it won't stay at the same height as the other strings. How do I change the saddle height?
#6
Quote by EVHFrankenstein
Yeah, I think it's the Saddle height. I've tried adjusting it, but it won't stay at the same height as the other strings. How do I change the saddle height?


you adjusted it, but you don't know how to change the saddle height?
there are two small allen screws on the saddle. use the right sized allen wrench for adjusting the height. loosen the strings first before doing this.
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#7
Quote by qstionauthority
Yeah, and if a light bulb burns out in your house, just move.


+1
my squier is actually half decent
but im convinced its an improperly labeled MIM