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While my focus is on building new instruments of my own design, there are are not a lot of mandolin-centric luthiers in the Atlanta, Georgia area. I offer setup.


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Setting Up Your Mandolin (Part 1) - Mandolin Lessons

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The easiest way to affect the playability and sound of your mandolin is with your strings. String gauge will have a major factor on the feel and tone.


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The easiest way to affect the playability and sound of your mandolin is with your strings. String gauge will have a major factor on the feel and tone.


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With double course high-tension strings, a proper mandolin setup is critical to the accuracy and enjoyment of playing. Here's an overview on.


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One of the most important variable that affects the sound quality and playability of a mandolin is how well it has been β€œset up.” How an instrument.


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Mandolin Tuning - How to setup the bridge & intonation

If this adjustment isn't correct, a mandolin that is tuned correctly with the strings open may be sharp or flat when it is fretted. This is where things can get a bit complicated. This will be taken off the foot. Once we are done, the mandolin will play in tune. As we start tuning, detuning, etc. String grooves that fit well give better tone, more stable tuning the string does not bind in the slot , and longer string life. First is the distance between the nut and the bridge. Still, this alone is not always enough and the bridge may be slightly angled one way or the other to get the best compromise across all the strings. Once we have the strings spaced evenly, it is time to lower the strings. We file these to the correct diameter with special files, while making sure the ramp angle is correct. The bridge work takes quite a bit of time, but nowhere near the amount of a fret job. This can range from a few loose fret ends to every fret having obvious movement. Playability at the nut is often overlooked with the focus on bridge height. While a neck can be ran perfectly flat, the best playing instruments will have a very slight upward bow. Each pair of strings requires a different "ideal" length. This is no small task based on the number of frets, each requiring individual attention. There are a few things at work here. The bridge transfers the majority of string vibrations to the mandolin. We adjust this correctly. The top bushings are checked these like to work themselves out of the post holes. Ultimately, the action can be determined by you, the player, not instrument limitations. Adjusting one aspect may requires changes in the other areas. While there are some cases where the saddle portion may be too tall, most of the time we do not want to thin the saddle and weaken it. The mandolin will also be transferring more string vibrations due to the fret seating. Our first step is to go through and straighten the fret ends. To simplify this, we basically want the string height at the nut as low as possible without buzzing on the first fret. The other aspect of this is tone. The good news here is that the nuts are almost always too high and we have the ability to move the string grooves as needed. We do not want to remove any more fret material than necessary. This is the best stage to lube the tuners. Another common problem with factory mandolins is a first fret that is too high, requiring the nut to be too high. Since we leveled them first, we are not taking off immense amounts of fret material to do this. If a player is a light picker, the action can go lower. Where do we start? Bridge height and position for intonation , nut height and neck relief truss rod adjustment go hand in hand. Mandolins almost always need this as they come from the factory. Other times, clamps are needed. This is another one of those tricky stages. The bridge is one of the most critical parts to a mandolin's tone. Additionally, the grooves should be ramped to give a clean breaking point where the string leaves the bridge saddle. The bridge is also the most important factor regarding a mandolins intonation, but this comes later in the setup This is the big one. The other factor will be the nut or frets if fretted. The hard work pays off with level frets that will allow us to adjust the action without having to compensate for uneven frets. If the bridge foot is not fit to the top correctly, some of the vibrations from the strings never make it to the top. At this point we will check the tuners and lube them if needed. It is not uncommon for factory mandolins to have a string height at the nut times what it should be. Since we already addressed this with our fret job, this will not be an issue with our mandolins. Our goal is to get the intonation as close as possible across all the strings in both the open and fretted positions. Once we have a good solid and as level as possible base to work with, the frets are planed to make sure they are completely level. Even if the frets are not obviously loose and causing playability issues, a good fret seating will improve the tone of your mandolin. A good portion of the mandolins we sell come from the factory with bent fret ends. Additionally, we want a little extra adjustment range should the player prefer it lower than average, or to allow for changes in the mandolin that may occur over time. When fret ends are cut at the factory, they have a tendency to bend. Filing the frets ends to remove sharp edges and polishing them up. Loose frets have a tendency to popup out of the fingerboard creating uneven frets. String spacing is checked and adjusted as needed. We make sure it is done correctly. We find that a lot of mandolins do not have the posts threaded in far enough. We correct any string spacing issues. The better your frets are seated, the more vibrations go to the mandolin. Like most things, what seems simple enough quickly gets complicated. Since you can't accurately level loose frets, these must be seated. If the frets were to be seated like this, a whole lot of fret would have to be filed off to get them level. Sometimes these can be hammered or pressed back into place and held long enough to get them seated. We sure do not want to worsen the problem. We match the foot to the top for good solid contact. From the factory, mandolins may not have the strings spaced evenly, or even close. This is the reason why mandolin bridges are compensated staggered on the top. For most players, the nut height is actually the more critical factor in attaining a great playing action. Once the string height is all set and the grooves are correct, the excess material is taken off the nut. Strings grooves need to be sized to the individual strings. Even if they are not causing a playability problem, bent frets look funky. Like the bridge, the nut should have string grooves that match the individual strings and ramp correctly. Once under full tension, the posts can tear out of the foot. Since this is at the outer edge of the fingerboard, it is not so much a playability issue as a cosmetic one, though sometimes they are bad enough to cause intonation issues. This allows for more clearance in the center where strings tend to travel further when vibrating. More often than not, we need to modify the bridge to be able to lower it enough to get low action. Once our fretwork is complete, the bridge height can be set based on a player's picking style rather that buzzing due to uneven frets. The same files used on the bridge get put to work on the nut. Most are somewhere in between. The fret ends will be smoother for improved playability. When we say modify the bridge, this means removing wood. This will be checked and fixed as needed. We will know soon enough when the mandolin gets brought up to pitch in the next stages.

First we check the adjustability of the bridge. To make mandolin setup near me worse, many mandolins come from the factory with thin saddles to mandolin setup near me with.

Lastly, we will oil the fingerboard. How about straightening the fret ends? With all the frets level, attention is turned to poker blackjack rounding the tops.

String vibrations are transferred from the strings, through the bridge and to the top. Once we have the necessary adjustment range, we want to check the posts. Aside from a quick inspection of the gears, we don't really need to check the functionality at this point.

And lastly, it looks better than a factory fretboard. The point here is to get the frets as level as possible before locking them into place.

If the tuner buttons are held on with screws, these are checked. We are in the testing stage here Now comes some playing and tweaking.

Setting the intonation consists of placing the bridge at the correct distance from the nut so the mandolin plays in tune all the way up and down the fingerboard.