I have a 1950's/60's Egmond Toledo P1 acoustic 6 string with a floating bridge. The body of the guitar was badly damaged during delivery which I fixed myself.
When tuning the guitar, each string sounds fine but a chord sounds off. I'm a beginner so learning everything as I go. I did set the bridge at the correct place as intended when made although the previous owner did have the bridge set a lot further up the guitar, not far below the sound hole. The guitar has extremely high action where the bridge is currently set. I put new light gauge strings on it after repair.
Also my strings are not centered on the fretboard due to the bridge plate not being screwed into the bottom of the guitar in the centre. This makes the high E string barely on the fretboard but ok for the few frets I'll be playing on. Not sure if I should make a new hole and centre the strings.
I know it's a very cheap made guitar although vintage now. I do really like it and just want it playable to learn on. I know the neck is adjustable but not sure about attempting this myself and is a DIY project so doing everything myself.