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Lately, chords are starting to sound off on my strat. I went to check the notes at the 12th fret, and the high e string is flat, way flat. Pretty easy fix right? Just shorten the string length by moving the saddle up. The problem is that it's gone up as far as it can go, as the screw isn't sitting flush with the bridge, and my high e string is still flat at the 12th fret.
Is there something I can do, or will I have to pay to get the guitar re-fretted?