Using a Strat guitar since it has a basic type of string system, this demonstrator shows how to properly adjust the string height of a guitar. In order to do this, one must use an Allen wrench screw or a screwdriver for each saddle, a flathead screwdriver, and a 64th ruler. The viewer is given an example of a height that could be used for a solo guitar. It is important to measure the distance you want correctly by measuring from the top of the fret, not the fretboard to the string. This video allows the viewer to witness a broken down version on how to easily change the string height on a guitar though it does take some practice in order to get used to it.