Hi everyone! I recently purchased a Squire Vintage Modified V and am having some issues with fret buzz. For my setup I used automotive feeler gauges to set the relief of the neck at about 0.014"-0.015" as measured at the 8th fret. A capo was put on one and I depressed the B, E, and A strings one at a time at the 17th fret to check relief with the feeler gauge. I then measured the height of each string above the 17th fret with capo removed. The approximate height of each string is as follows: B - 3mm E - 2mm A - 2mm D - 2mm G - 1.5ish mm I'm getting buzz from the 13th to the 18th frets with severe buzz from 15th to 17th where the note is nearly choked out by buzz. This only occurs on the E, A, and D strings. There is no buzz present on the B or G strings. I also have a 4 string American Standard Jazz that is set-up nearly identically (ever so slightly tighter on string height) and I have no issues with buzz. Both basses have D'Addario EXL 45-105 on them. Since set-up and strings are identical I'm pretty sure it's not a technique issues as my Fender plays beautifully. Can I fix this issue without having to raise the action? I'd love to tighten things up if possible as well. Any ideas what's going on here? Thank you in advance!