#2
For strat style guitars there are little screws on the back of the bridge. It's as simple as turning a screwdriver to fix your intonation. I've only had strat style guitars so I'm not familiar with other types. Sorry =S
#3
For Tune-o-matic type bridges, there's a little screw for each saddle, just adjust it until your intonations right.
#5
will setting the intonation mess up the guitar. like if you adjust the screws to much will it cause permanent damage?....i have never done it before
Very Orange CARVIN DC 700
PRS SE Custom - crunch lab&PAF pro
Ibanez GRX40 - modified
Peavey Valveking 112 w/ 2x12 cab

Originally Posted by Shirate
The guitar, the only beautiful female that looks better with the top ON haha

Transformice
Last edited by Rocketface2112 at Jul 2, 2008,
#7
cool thanks lol
Very Orange CARVIN DC 700
PRS SE Custom - crunch lab&PAF pro
Ibanez GRX40 - modified
Peavey Valveking 112 w/ 2x12 cab

Originally Posted by Shirate
The guitar, the only beautiful female that looks better with the top ON haha

Transformice
#8
mind you, don't turn the screw like crazy.... just do little bits, don't rush it
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