Your original post "" MarkInLA » Thursday 03 August 2017, 00:16 am
snip off a wee bit at the start..... take the saddle out and file it down to the action YOU really would want. Also, the saddle is crowned as if for a crowned fingerboard. But the fingerboard is NOT crowned (bad design issue). So, you also need get rid of this crown, too. You'll then need to round off the top of the saddle. Then put Med to lite strings on, replacing those heavy Savarez it comes with and is advised to stay with.. I did these things and, wow, it's a 'real' classical guitar now and doesn't any longer feel like a 'heavy equipment rig'.. The lighter strings sound warm and have all the volume needed, even with the lowered action...It feels closer to me, more 'ethnic-spanish', and still retains the classy esthetics, framework and beautiful woods a good guitar needs...I was going to sell it, but now it's the guitar it should be and I'll never sell it...Of course this is my experience. You may not be unhappy at all, from the get go..Report back if you do do it for same or similar reasons. ...Mark
Your last post....."Meaning what ? I'm not a luthier and It doesn't pertain to my OP...M""
Please forgive me. I thought perhaps you were.