I read a post on the 201 truss rod adjustment and was wondering if it is about the same for a a101ce model. I checked the relief as explained in the post and it appears to be very close to the factory setting I guess my question here is whether or not a truss rod adjustment will lower my strings a little or should I sand down the saddle a little more. I have about 1/8" of saddle showing above the bridge I have previously sanded about a 1/2 a millimeter off of the saddle to achieve my current action height but may want to lower just a little more. My current action height at the 12th fret is about 2.5 millimeters. I have other guitars and this is my favorite and most fun to play. Thanks in advance for your expertice!
Thanks for the information JB.
Your building a wonderful guitar, this guitar is just unbelievable plugged in!
I hope your guitars are able to gain momentum here in the states I think the more people that get them in their hands the better the company will be. This is one little hot guitar when plugged in the cedar top and mahogany back and sides really are a nice combination. At first this guitar put out so much sound I was having a hard time controlling the sound seems funny but this thing is excellent plugged into a fender dsp junior I choose this amp for the ballsy output that it has and retired a marshall 50 acoustic amp in favor of the fender. The fender has been a slight challenge though needed to add a sonic maximizer and a boss 7 band eq to add some thickness and smooth it out some its excellent now!
Love your guitars keep up the good work!
Maybe a Lowden next.