my neck was pretty straight with a touch of a bow like it should be...I took the strings off and it went from a slight bow to a back bow. I gave the truss rod a bit of a turn and made it straight. put new strings on that that were the same gauge different brand and they seem a bit thicker then the old ones. the neck went back to a slight bow and looked pretty good but the action seemed higher and was buzzing from 5-12....more so on the D and G string. higher action and buzzing? so I left it overnight and this morning I turned the neck back to straighten it. now It looks just about straight with a very slight bow....the action looks and feels like it went back to where it was....but it still has buzz 5-12 E and A a little and D and G a lot! I really dont want to raise the action because it plays so nice its like perfect where it was....its a 75 AVRI. should I give the neck more of a bow? less of a bow? It obviously has a place I can get really low action with no buzzing...because its been like that since I got it! I had the frets checked for leveling when I got it a couple months ago and it did have one touch of a high spot but it didnt effect the set up any....It obviously has to do with the truss rod I was adjusting....I really dont want to raise the saddles anymore and have the bass be uncomfortable to play. so should I straighten the neck or bow it a little more?