Hi, I´ve looked in the search function and apparently I have 1 or 2 dead notes in my Squier Classic Vibe precision bass. This is a pain in the arse. They are next to each other: C and Db (3rd and 4th fret in A string and 5th to 6h fret in G string. I just rarely reach these notes in the 10th and 11th fret of the D string). I didn´t really notice this too much while playing live but in our ensemble practice room it is absolutely awful. We have to read charts for the songs and there´s a lot of dynamics that I just simply miss or struggle too much to do. Other notes just sound normal or too strong (Boooom) and if I am not careful (or use too much bass in the amp) they vibrate everything around the house even doing low volume and others just sound " plock " as if the fundamental frequencies are gone from the spectrum leaving just a big of harmonic content. Like a black hole. I know the room acoustics must be bad, but... I have made the proper setup to the bass (neck, pickup height, intonation, fret leveling, nut adjustment, saddle height, etc) as I do to all my guitars since long ago and it didn´t improve. String buzz is almost inexistent. My other Harley Benton Mb-4 bass also has this issue but it is so much less evident (I actually didn´t even notice it for years) and I can play around it very easily. The Squier precision...is awful in this regard. Maybe the room acoustics exacerbate the problem ? What can I do? The precision sounds great acoustically and also while playing live, but in the reharsals I just get lost in the mix of all those people to the point the conductor asks me to increase the volume or asks why I stopped playing in the middle or some parts. Embarassing to say the least... I am using TI flats which sound amazing and no pedal. Just straight into my Kustom Deep End 1x15" speaker. Please, help !