Hey guys as some of you know I got a sweet new guitar recently and it came with the wrong wraparound bridge. I picked up a Philadelphia Luthiers repro of the pre-intonated wraparound bridge with the non-wound G string compensated for. Its got two little allen head screws to adjust the bridge for intonation but before I dig into it I want to hear how this generally should be set up. If the string is in tune and I hit the octave note on the 12th fret and its sharp, I should be tightening the allen head screw to move the bridge back right? Since adjusting one side I'd think would alter the other side is it best to incrementally adjust the wound string side's screw a bit than move to the high E side and repeat as necessary until its close or ? Any other tips you guys might have would be appreciated. Thanks! edit: She's all ready to go, only thing not pictured is gorgomyte, and it turns out the guitar had an aluminum Gotoh tailpiece installed which I am thinking I'll try and install on my 137 if it'll fit and top wrap it. edit 2: before gorgomyte: After gorgomyte. Beautiful Braz board.