(sorry for the formatting, having problems with my girlfriend's mac....I'm a PC guy)
So, a few years ago I replaced the non-adjustable stoptail on my PRS Standard 22. No matter what I did, I could get the 3 high strings to intonate properly, but on the bottom 3 the D and E strings were flat, while the A was sharp. We aren't talking just a slight difference of a few cents, this was a major issue, and I never could wrap my head around how juxtaposed strings could be flat/sharp/flat. I figured it was an issue with the bridge and got a Schroeder bridge, which is amazing, to say the least. Well, recently I added a few PRS SE guitars to my arsenal, and my Korina One has the same darn problem! The high strings intonate, and on the bottom side the E and D are flat and the A is sharp. I've spent countless hours with it, changing the position of the bridge in any way I can think of and still get the same
ssue. So, my question is whether this is an issue any of you have come across before. I dismissed the issue with the first bridge as being a problem with the unit itself, but having the same issue with another guitar makes me wonder if maybe I'm missing something here. I'm no new to adjusting bridges by any stretch of the imagination, so I don't need a tutorial on how to adjust for flat/sharp, but I'd love to hear if anyone else had this same issue and how/if they resolved the issue!