I'm getting some pretty noticable fret buzz (as in I can clearly hear it through the amp) on the 6th and especially the 5th strings. The most fret buzz seems to be happening in the first nine or so frets. Clearly, this would seem to be an issue with the straightness of the neck that could be dealt with by loosening the truss rod. However, there is a fair amount of relief. With my feeler gauges, it seems to be somewhere between .010" and .012" at the 9th fret; it's hard to tell what the exact relief is. The action is also a bit on the medium-high side. The 6th string is a little over 1/16" at the 12th fret. The fifth string is about the same as the 6th but a little bit higher (maybe around 1/64" higher) at the 12th fret. Also, the frets were leveled and crowned about a week and a half ago. I had them leveled because of the buzzing, which seemed to be reduced very slightly. The guitar also had a new bone nut put on and was also setup at that time too. The tech said that the frets were quite uneven prior to the fret level and that they are nice and even now. I took the guitar in yesterday to have the same tech look at it and he couldn't get the buzz out of the guitar. He said that this is how Strats are and sometimes you just have to put up with buzz. I suppose it's not a huge deal, but I'd prefer not to have the buzz. The guitar used to have a MIM Fender neck on it with no buzz. The neck on the guitar now is an older Allparts neck. It's too bad for the buzz, though, as this is the nicest feeling Strat neck I've ever owned. Any ideas?