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    Re: 7th fret problem

    It could just be a "wolf tone" on that particular instrument.
    Sometimes and instrument has one particular frequency that gets squished for whatever reason.
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    Re: 7th fret problem

    That's why I'm stumped on this one. If a tuner cannot detect an intonation problem it just doesn't make sense that there is one. I can't think of any physical problem with the mandolin that would...
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    by pops1
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    Re: 7th fret problem

    You could simply angle the foot to help. If that is not enough I would not soak the saddle, but instead cut some wood away to take the string back to where it needs to be.
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    by Tom C
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    Re: 7th fret problem

    Simple. Just need to move the bridge slightly.
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    Re: 7th fret problem

    That is three distinct things; I know your question is about it being out of tune, but also not every note on a given instrument is going to necessarily be as strong (or weak) as another one. Since...
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