I've had my Gretsch G5123B for about a month and a half. Last night I decided I was ready to tweak the setup more to my liking. It had quite a bit of relief in the neck. I prefer a neck that is as close to dead flat as possible. So I tweaked the truss rod a little and got it nice and straight. Played like a dream but buzzed quite a bit on the 3rd and 4th strings on the low frets. OK, no big deal put a little relief back in and get on with life.... So I reset everything to where I started and began to really pay attention to how each string sounded up and down the neck. Even with a fair amount of relief, the 3rd string has a tendency to buzz below about the 7th fret when played with the right hand above the neck pickup. If you pluck near the bridge it doesn't buzz very easily. But if you want a rounder tone from plucking near the neck, you have to play with a very light touch to avoid buzzing. For some guys it might be fine, but it doesn't suit the way I like to play and my other bass (and previous basses) were not so touchy. I'd raise the action a smidge but it's already higher than I think it should be. Not quite sure what to do about it. Any suggestions?