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Asked by Santosh Sharma on 2001-03-14
How does one go about setting the intonation on a Fender Strat.
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Answer posted by Mr. Fixit on 2001-05-27
To set intonation on fender strat first take off all strings. Next by using 32 point cross cut saw, saw through neck as close to the body as possible. Now saw off 9 inches of neck piece. Next reattach neck piece to body using 4 inch sheetrock screws (2 on each side). Now replace strings. Replace low E first, then A, but do not put D string on but replace it with another low E string. Next put another A string where G should go and then another low E in place of B and finally another low E. Now tune all six strings to G flat but 2 octaves higher than normal. This should wrap er up and your strat and intonation should be pitch pipe perfect. Good luck and see you in the hall of fame.

Answer posted by Unknown on 2001-08-06
not a good idea

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