#1
Today when i was playing with my tuner i noticed that on the high E string frets 16 and 17 are both G but only that 17 is sharper and then 18 is G# what could be the problem?
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#3
Quote by Steve The Plank
Sounds like bad intonation to me. Get a professional set up on it?

And, you have tuned the string right, yeah?


Yea i tuned the string correctly and how do you check intonation, also could old strings cause this?
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#4
You check intation by seeing if the 12th fret harmonic is the same is as the harmonic. If you don't know what to do, take the guitar for a set up, or find out how to do it by searchig Google.
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#8
Quote by Lil Macker
You check intation by seeing if the 12th fret harmonic is the same is as the harmonic. If you don't know what to do, take the guitar for a set up, or find out how to do it by searchig Google.


I'd try and take it to a shop but i don't live near any and the one that i can go to i don't know if they can also set it up.
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G-400 alpine white (signed by Coheed & Cambria)
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#9
Sorry meant 15 adn 16.
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#11
thanks for the help guys but i think i'll just take it to a shop when i can.
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Guitars:
Strat rip off
G-400 alpine white (signed by Coheed & Cambria)
ESP MF-207
RG350DX

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Crate V50 112

Effects
Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff
#12
intonation :P Lol No expert to be honest
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