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Old 01-16-2022, 06:06 AM
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I think your first order of business is to get your WL-K in a consistent environment between 45-55% humidity and 21-24 degrees, case or not. Give it a couple of days or a week and measure again.

Also I would also suggest getting a backup saddle so you have some flexibility moving forward. Bob Colosi would be my guy.

The WL-K is very lightly built so it’s important to be extra vigilant with the details. Speaking of which, it is recommended that you use custom light strings on the guitar. What do you have on it now? That might be effecting the action too.

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