I need help with a rather annoying fret buzz issue. I have a 2019 Fender Player Series Precision Bass. When I initially bought the bass this January, I had an option for a free setup from the store. I went that route, and I opted for D’Addario Chromes. I say all this to say that it has been amazing since then. This past weekend, I decided to change strings to a Fender 9050M set. The new strings had noticeably more tension, and I felt it needed a truss rod adjustment. I looked up the Fender bass setup manual and brought each measurement up to the specifications they recommend with the exception that I opted for slightly higher neck relief (I went with 0.014-0.015 inches at the eighth fret instead of the recommended 0.012) and action since I like to really “dig in” and sometimes play with a pick. Here is the issue I ran into: The E and A strings sounded great with no buzz. However, the D and G strings had a slight buzz on the frets 3 through 9. So, I raised the action on those strings. This pretty much eradicated the G string buzz, but didn’t really help much with the D string. After raising it comically farther it still had the issue. I opted to put the truss rod back to where it originally was and just raise the action in general on the other strings to try and accommodate the D string. Unfortunately, I’m still experiencing the fret buzz, albeit it is considerably less than before and only between frets 3-7. The final important thing I want to mention is the type of fret buzz I’m experiencing. There is no issue within the first second of the string vibrating. However, after that second, it appears that the plane of the strings vibration rotates in such a way to cause it to hit against the frets. Yet again, only the D string is experiencing this. What could be causing this issue? I’m open to any and all suggestions on how to remove it.