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I just received a new Dingwall Afterburner II last week. My question would be, how do you move the saddles back and forth? I figured out how to raise the height easy enough. I noticed there are two smaller screws below where the string goes over the saddle of two larger screws. Do these smaller screws hold the saddle in place or do they also raise and lower height? Also, is it recommended to have the string off when moving them back and forth for intonation. I know, sounds like noob questions. Just don't want to mess up my precious Dingwall. :-).
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[quote="RichC123":217e9ymq]I just received a new Dingwall Afterburner II last week. My question would be, how do you move the saddles back and forth? I figured out how to raise the height easy enough. I noticed there are two smaller screws below where the string goes over the saddle of two larger screws. Do these smaller screws hold the saddle in place or do they also raise and lower height? Also, is it recommended to have the string off when moving them back and forth for intonation. I know, sounds like noob questions. Just don't want to mess up my precious Dingwall. :-).[/quote:217e9ymq] Hey Rich. Yes those 2 small screws need to be loosened to adjust intonation. Always loosen your strings before doing this.
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