if you could enlighten me about some enquiries it'd be great!
Under Frank's article here:
4th pic from the top, Frank cosiders it a good saddle setup. Coincidentally, my saddle looks something like that.. However, i always had a notion the break angle could be steeper? If you look closely the break angle at the high e string is not v steep at all, and the saddle there is real low. mine's like that too and i've always thought it'd be a problem. Frank suggested a test by trying to pull up on the string to test if it's exerting enough pressure. So if I can't pull up on it even at that kinda saddle height, would it mean my saddle setup is fine?
Next question comes from here:
I didn't know we could shave down the saddle at an angle! so if I wanted the bass lower by 1/32" and the treble side lower by 1/64", i'd essentially shave at an angle where I sand 2/32" from the bass side and 2/64" from the treble side? Is it as simple as that or would the top need to be reshaped slightly since now it's theoratically slanted, and the strings would thus be resting atop the saddle which is slanted.
hope someone can chime in!!