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The first thing to check is whether a cable has come loose at the output jack. so if i want the strings to be just over a mm lower, would i try to sand 1mm off the saddle? i hope this makes sense to you haha! also, this tutorial is fantastic, so easy to follow and understand! Gave me the confidence i needed to try this, i just wanted to double check with you before it did. Need more options? Browse more Seagull products here. On another site it was suggested (in sixty fourths of an inch!) that whatever height you needed to lose at the 12th fret should be doubled at the saddle but this seemed far too much and surely depends on the geometry of every individual guitar. Uh oh! Something went wrong. Email him at randall.tompkinsheavy.com. For someone looking to step up from a cheap starter guitar, a natural next step into a lifelong instrument would be something from Taylor, especially given their range of pricing. Jace Murdock October 15, 2015 at 4:43 am Stuart, i want to try this on my Epiphone acoustic, but need to be sure i do it right and not mess it up because it was my dads. The difference is amazing. Between that and the 000 size, youd choose this guitar if crystalline high end response was more important than powerful low-end volume.

They just look fantastic. Very simple, easy to understand instructions. On inspection I found when I had replaced the bridge I had accidentally pushed down on the under bridge pickup I think I must have slid the bridge in and down. If the neck is back bowed, the strings will lie flat against the frets, and the truss rod must be loosened. Steve Westgarth April 23, 2016 at 3:17 pm Reply Hi Stuart First of all thanks for a superb tutorial, really helpful. The measurement is taken from the underside of the string to the surface of the fret, and not the fret board. so, how do i know where to mark the saddle with the pencil, and will it need to be marked each time i sand or not ? Stuart October 22, 2015 at 6:12 pm Follow the instructions as you will need to mark it each time. A setup can also reveal potential problems before they become major headaches. and as an experiment i removed the saddle, and tight the 6th string to an E without any saddle , just to see what happens, and it still have 5mm from the 14th fret ah and by the way.

Top 20 Best Coffee Gift Baskets for Christmas 2016For the coffee drinker on your list, we've put together a list of the top 20 best coffee gift baskets to give as Christmas gifts.Click here to read more 9. i didnt know that this was common, nor was there a fix around this, i had assumed it was my small hands. Eric August 31, 2012 at 1:18 am Reply Hi Stuart, Thanks for taking the time and effort posting this tutorial. I just flattened down the curved side to the size I want. The use of a tapered headstock makes this a great guitar for open tunings. What a difference. Need more options? Browse more Breedlove products here. Due to the heat, my guitar that i placed in my living room has a swollen belly. d23ee43039
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