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Old 09-21-2019, 07:06 AM
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The usual measurement is at the 12th fret. The "correct" string height is the one that suits your playing. It doesn't matter all that much what it is now. What matters is if there is sufficient room to adjust it how you want. Specifically, if you decide you want the string height lower, is there sufficient saddle projecting from the bridge to accommodate it? Most classical guitars do not have adjustable truss rods, though many cross overs do. Does this one? It might be desirable, depending on what and how you play. If not, you'll want to know that there isn't excess relief in the neck.
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