Panda Licker wrote:adjusting the intonation an accoustic is gonna cost you a bit
Unless the bridge is movable, which I doubt, you might have to get a new "saddle" cut for it.
However, intonation changes as guage changes. Try going to a guitar shop and just buying a slightly thicker high E, one of the single packs they sell
I cant actually picture the physics in my head right now, whether that would go to sharpen or flatten the intonation, but for the 2 bucks and 20 minutes it will cost you, its worth the shot.
that what I thought too, but then I realized he was talking intonation, which means he's going to have to lengthen the length of the string to make it ring true (or as true as it can be) on every fret.BlobWeird wrote:Is it possible your just not stretching out the strings enough when first puttin them on?
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