String action is set as low as possible, according to Fender instructions, with minimal neck relief. Plucked string is ringing fine, without buzz, open or fretted, all along the neck, even when I hit hard, so I guess there is no problem with action being too low. Problem is with other 3 strings, those that are muted. When I play with the band, my right hand tends to jump on those strings rather percussively, or my plucking finger hits nearby string, and when do so, muted strings seems to be hitting against last couple of frets. On some amps, this is coming out as quite audible and nasty "clank". If I calm down my right hand, problem disappears, but in that case I'm loosing all the dynamics. Applicable for bedroom, but not for live playing. Just to add, of all the basses I been playing recently, where all are set to same specs, this problem is noticeable only on my Precision bass. It happens with all the string sets I tried so far, rounds or flats... Is there any quick fix that I am not aware of? Or I need to do different setup and probably raise the strings?