#1
I have a US strat. I'm trying to set the intonation on it. I have the saddle all the way back and it still says I'm sharp. Do I need to restring it or is there another problem?
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#3
i don't want to do any of those. i'm not a guitar tech, my strings are maybe a month old, maybe a little older.
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#5
Quote by metalzeppelin
i don't want to do any of those. i'm not a guitar tech, my strings are maybe a month old, maybe a little older.



i didn't see that post, but uh, have you ever heard the phrase "Beggars can't be choosers." do you want proper intonation or not?
#6
i don't want to ruin my guitar or break it's neck
and i already read that article. i'm wondering if changing strings will help any. if i have to mess with the truss rod it's going to a tech.
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#8
You can shorten the spring on the saddle to get it back a little more. My low E is backed against the spring as far as it will go, and it is just enough to be properly intonated. Just cut a little off the spring. My advice, though, is take it to a tech and get a full setup done.