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Old 11-04-2019, 09:50 PM
Taylor Ham Taylor Ham is offline
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If the saddle is worn, the actual breakaway point of the string could have moved down slope toward the sound hole and sharpen the compensation.

If the action (saddle height, nut slots, or both) and relief can come down, it probably should. But that is probably obvious. Still, Taylor build their guitars very precisely to intonate at a specific action set up, and with any deviations from the factory spec and that precision can work against you.

Some action measurements at the first, 12th, 19th fret plus relief may help diagnose the problem.
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