I play a michael Kelly Mandolin and it has what I believe is called a compensated bridge. I am trying to record and notice that the A and D string are out of tune when played up the neck. This also means that all of my chords are out of tune slightly. I set the intonation using guides online that say to move the bridge until both the E and G strings are in and this will take care of the two inner ones. But, my A string is sharp when played up the neck and my D string is flat. This seems to be because of my compensated bridge becuase the strings meet the bridge at a different place. I thought that a compensated bridge is suppose to mean better intonation but I can't get it right. If I get the A or D string on at the 12th fret and everywhere else, that means that the others are off. Can anyone give me some good advice. This is probably something I should already know having played the thing for 2 years.