Hi, I just recently received a Hofner Icon Club Bass as a gift and it came with roundwounds. All was great except the first fret had a buzz mostly just on the Eb on the D string. I tried raising the action since it was set pretty low, but the buzz was still there on that Eb just slightly more delayed so it came in about a second or too after the attack. I could avoid it by cutting the note short or palm muting the string. The other notes on that fret on the other strings would buzz if i attacked harder, but mostly behaved. I was gonna switch to flatwounds anyway so I hoped that would eliminate the buzz, and it did. The problem now is the G string has a tiny buzz down at the bridge right past where it makes contact with the bridge saddle. I think you can only really here it acoustically and not really when running through the amp but i need to analyze that a little bit more lol. Anyway, does anybody know what would cause this? I have the action set pretty high now, as I jacked it up to where the screws for the bridge height are flush with the top surface of the bridge. I am gonna try lowering it now to reduce the tension. These strings seem even tighter than the round wounds. Which also brings up another question as to whether or not high action is bad for the neck on this particular bass? I have no idea how one goes about setting up the intonation on a bass like this. I'm used to fenders and other similar setups when it comes to electrics. Thanks for any information. Been lurking for a little while trying to read up as much as i can on whatever info is available here and elsewhere.