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10/14/2003 11:24 AM
 

I have a question but am not sure if I can communicate it correctly, regardless, I'm going to try... hmmm, my guitar, I think what it needs it to be intonated but I'm not sure.   Let me explain what is happening and perhaps you can tell how to go about fixing it.

On my Strat when it's both unplugged and plugged in, I can strum and play chords and they sound just fine all up an down the fretboard. However, when I go to do any solos or single note playing,in frets above fret 5, I hear not only the note I want to hear but also a chromatic sound as well, this creates an unwanted out of tune effect.

Do you understand what I am getting at and how I can fix this ?? Is it a fret problem, a neck problem, a string problem a little of both, or is it perhaps the operator?

Thank you for your help!
~ginny


~g
 
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10/14/2003 1:59 PM
 
Maybe you should record an example. I am not sure I understand the problem.

Ebony 2002 Gibson Les Paul Standard | Guild F4CE Acoustic | BOSS GT-6 | No Amp!
 
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3/25/2004 3:42 PM
 
Throw some delay on it and FOUR-GEDDA-'BOUT-IT! Just kiddin...

I'm not sure if I can leave links here but check this sight out for guitar intonation. If I offend the moderator, please let me know and I won't leave a link again.

http://www.fretnotguitarrepair.com/intonation.htm

http://groups.msn.com/GuitarPage
 
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