Well with the weather changing to cooler temperatures now and the humidity levels tapering off for a while, it's about time for that usual truss rod tweak. Here's my situation: I have 2 basses that I use primarily, my SX and my T24. The T24 I leave at home where I use it at band practice so it's always plugged in whenever I play it. My SX is what I have with me at school where I have no amp, so it's only plugged in at practice. Now with my SX since I practice more with it unplugged than plugged, I've tried to dial out every bit of fret buzz because it annoys me to hear it. I always assume thats how they're suppose dto be setup. However, with my Taurus, since it's always plugged into my GK when I play it, I never heard any fret buzz until recently when I was actually playing it unplugged. Since it needs a truss rod tweak it was getting some buzz that it didn't have prior, but I never noticed cuz I hadn't played it below practice volume in so long. So when you setup your basses do you dial out ALL that fret buzz or do you get it to where it's comfortable to play but has buzz not bad enough to be audible through an amp? It's easier to get the action lower the second way, but I can't imagine it's all that good for the frets when it buzzes on them. Someone please clue me in!