#1
Hi, I know how to intonate, and the guitar is intonated. The 12th fret harmonic is the same as the 12th fret. But, I go up to the higher frets and the notes are about 10-20 cents sharp or flat. whats the deal?
#5
Quote by mason7373
It's not, It's an sz320.


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#8
are they fresh strings?

trying to intonate with old strings is pretty tough.
also, dont mash the frets, esp if you have jumbo frets, or you'll go sharp.
Jenneh

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#9
Quote by jj1565
are they fresh strings?

trying to intonate with old strings is pretty tough.
also, dont mash the frets, esp if you have jumbo frets, or you'll go sharp.


Probably the problem. I remember this happening a lot when I started playing my Ibanez. Review your technique TS.
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#11
press down harder than you should.
Jenneh

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#12
First make sure your neck is straight and your action is however you want it. Then check the intonation at the 12th fret, then check it again at the 17th. If you still can't get it good, take it to a shop. But don't be like me and spend $45 on a setup that I should've gotten my money back because it sucked.