Hello All, A question about intonation as it relates to Teles and Les Paul Jr's I have a Les Paul JR and I have a couple of Teles. One Tele always intonates easily. Three Barrel Bridge, any set of strings I've tried etc. Another Tele I have always had issues but I finally got it under control with the Wilkinson Tilting Bridge Pieces. The two guitars measure our identical scale wise etc etc and yet one has no issues and the other is fragile for lack of a better word. My LP Jr with the stock tilted wrap around bridge intonates just fine, again with any strings I've used. It's actually comically simple that it does. I have a friend with a similar vintage LP Jr that also intonates just fine EXCEPT the bridge is at a super steep angle, and looks way different from mine. I know this must be a math question and I can understand that Fender has the bridge pieces moving to compensate (sometimes) but how did the boys at Gibson (A) know what angle to place the bridge at because you probably only want to drill the studs once.... (B) And have such a simple thing that appears to work most of the time ? Gary PS Yes I know there are Teles and LP Jrs out there that don't intonate not matter what you do but that just adds to the weirdness of this question because they are all built fairly close in spec to one another.