A few weeks ago I noticed my 2006 Fender American Standard Jazz was starting to get really sharp around the 6th fret of the E string. At the time I was kinda busy so I did my best to ignore it. Friday night I got some time to set the intonation and changed the stings. I noticed to neck was pretty decently back bowed, so I took it to my local guitar shop and had em' adjust the truss (I don't do truss rods, they scare me). I got it home and re-did the intonation, and while better, the intonation is still really off on the 6th to 9th fret, despite the fact that it's pretty good at the 12th fret. It starts getting a little gray at the A, but by the time i get up to the B, its almost a half step sharp. The frets look fine, the neck is straight, the intonation is good on all the other strings in the same position. Whats up? Any help would be greatly appreciated, because for now, I'm playing A and up on the A string, and that can be kind of a pain for certain songs.