I recently bought a Godin XTSA from a store in Oklahoma. After lots of problems with the shipper (don't use DHL...horrible experience), I finally got the guitar. It's a real beauty....transparent red flamed maple cap, ebony fingerboard. Also, it's really versatile....H-S-H pickup configuration, RMC piezo bridge, switching (some of which I installed), which allows humbuckers, single coils and various combinations of pickups using the 5-way and a couple of mini-toggle switches. I really like the guitar. Here's the problem. The thing's always had a problem with excessive buzzing on the low E and A strings. I tried all kinds of different setups....everything from dead-straight to about 0.012 relief. Typically, I set my guitars up for about 5/64 (low side) to 4/64 high side, with around 0.008 relief. This is definitely not "super-low" action. Nothing got rid of the buzzing. Finally, I decided to dress the frets. I have an Erlewine neck jig, which I used in the process. I got the neck dead straight using a notched straightedge and then dressed the frets. When I got finished, the frets were absolutely level with the neck dead-straight. I checked very carefully for any "rockers"...none found. I was convinced that my buzzing problem had gone away. I was wrong. She's still got a problem with buzzing on the 2 low strings, which runs pretty much from the 2nd fret up to around the 8th fret. Once again, I've tried every kind of setup from dead-straight up to about 0.012 relief. The problem persists. I can't see any indication that the neck is twisted. I'm starting to lose hair over this. Any suggestions?