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I've seen Healy's excellent post on replacing a bridge here:
And I've seen Fiddlerman's excellent video on setting a sound post here:
Are there any other official Fiddlerman links to repair tips?
I've got three basic projects that I want to try on my Cecilio CVN-200
- Make the tuning pegs as easy to use as the tail piece tuners.
- Lower the strings at the bridge, maybe also the nut.
- Fool around with the sound post to see how I can change intonation.
But if there are any other repair guides, I'd like to see where they are.
Just for clarification, I'm sure this is what you meant, but moving the sound-post changes the tone, power, and action (response speed). The intonation is not affected in the process.
Yes, that's right, I had the whole definition wrong. Intonation is "... accuracy of pitch in playing or singing, or on a stringed instrument such as a guitar."
Interesting, you say that action is affected by the sound-post position. How do changes in the sound position affect response speed?
So I take it there are no more tech "how to"'s at Fiddlerman?