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"String length can also be adjusted by the depth of your string grooves, deeper for the high, going shallower to the low. 'Typically preferred action on an electric guitar is around 1/16" (1.6mm) on the high E string and 3/32"…"
"Thanks for all the suggestions. Checked the distance from nut to first fret and it's 36.5mm (14.37") to the top centre of the fret which is right for a 25.5 inch scale. If the measurement has to taken from nut to…"
"Murray's advice is good, but my first thought was the same as Gus'. With the strings open, how much height do you have between strings and 1st fret? How about at 12th fret? Lay a straightedge on your frets, is the neck bowed up?"
"I purchased a uke (defective, 1 of 2200 made, but repaired) with that problem.
I kept thinking "the frets must be...no, how hard is it to get them in the right place in a factory?", but gave up & had a luthier look at it.
In my case,…"
"Every bridge has to be just a bit further out than the scale length. This is due to aa coupl of factors:. The mass of the string, strings being stretched to fret or slide, and maybe the tension, too... Take a look at any electric…"