Question about Gibson SG Standard Electric Guitar with Case
SG's use finger adjustable rotary bolts that alter the bridge height at a gradient from 1st ~ 6th and visa versa. Each string has a saddle that is then finely adjustable using a small flat head screwdriver.
You should check the neck, frets and nut also...as it may not be the bridge at fault. Use a guide like raeguitars guitar setup tutorial to help you, it explains everything in detail and helped me no end!
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
Most bridge saddles use allen head screws to adjust the height.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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