Hey all... having an issue here that's driving me insane: Let me preface this by saying I've been setting up my guitars for years and I'm fairly decent at it... Never run into this issue before. I recently got a 57 RI Strat that has some wicked buzz on the low E and A strings, ALL THE WAY up the fret board. Every note has buzz, and the buzz is the same intensity all the way up the fretboard. The neck relief is set exactly to Fender specs as is the nut/string height. For the hell of it, I've adjusted the neck in both directions (convex/concave) to extremes, the buzz never has gone away. What's more is, I've raised the action as high as I can get for troubleshooting purposes (got it up to about 10/64ths, and the buzz continues. The buzz SEEMS to be coming from the fret next to the note I'm fretting (so if I'm fretting a G on the low E the 4th fret seems to be the culprit, and so on down the neck). I say SEEMS to because visually it looks like the string is far enough away never to vibrate on the fret, but that's definitely where it sounds like it's coming from. I'm about ready to take it to a pro, I'm just hoping someone has a something else I can try before doing so. I don't mind spending the money to have a tech take a look at it, but now it's just more of a personal battle. Ha! And, FWIW, I don't notice the buzz thru an amp as much, although it does show up a bit... Thanks!