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The saddle isn't too low. You want enough down angle from the saddle to the bridge (pin slots) to keep the strings from rattling across the saddle, and from the picture it looks like you have enough angle. As long as there is no string rattle you are fine. EDIT: Since the question was clarified as to why the concern for the low saddle, I stand by my ...


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When I measure action on a set-up, I measure from the bottom of the string to the top of the fret at the twelfth fret and the first fret. I adjust string height at the nut and at the bridge to accomplish the measurement I desire at the first and twelfth fret. That measurement might vary depending on my picking style, strumming style, and sometimes the kind ...


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Yeah, like others have said, check your intonation. Your guitar bridge looks like it already has been intonated with that stagger but you can check it with a tuner or a tuner app. You can check the string open, and then check the 12th fret to see if it's the same. Then move the saddle back if it's sharp or move it towards the nut if it's flat until they're ...


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I would return it. I've bought a lot of guitars on eBay and this is one problem that gets players to sell their guitar and make it someone else's problem. The problem is that it has a back bow, which is not that rare. Heavier strings will usually put enough pull on the neck that it's at least flat, but light strings won't work on a guitar with a severe ...


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