Originally Posted by KokoTele
It's just a fact of life with ungrooved saddles. One possible solution is shimming the heel of the neck so that you need to raise the saddles to get more break angle, though this will also change the feel of the guitar slightly.
You might also be successful in grooving the back side of the saddle so that the string doesn't move, but also still rests on the curved part of the saddle like it does now.
Another solution is Marc Rutters' intonated saddles, which he does with a carefully positioned groove. I like them a lot.
Hey, many thanks for that reply.
I think I will live with it as I dare not mess with the overall sound of the guitar too much as I love it.. I might just go for a little work on the back side of the saddle...what tool would you use for that job?
Thanks in advance