Merry Christmas! I recently purchased a Squier Classic Vibe 60s P bass. When I first opened it I noticed some fret-buzz as well as buzzing on the open D string. I checked the relief and there was none (the fretboard was completely straight/flat). So I went to make some truss rod adjustments, but I couldn't get the nut to turn. It felt very loose like the tool was too small, so I tried the next size up, but it was too big. I tried the original (smaller) tool again and looked down the headstock at the nut after each turn and noticed that the nut is turning slightly after all. It feels very flimsy though like I have no grip/purchase when turning. And when I checked the relief again, although there was a small amount now, it was barely noticeable. I have since had many goes at turning the truss rod nut, but it doesn't seem to be having any effect and I still feel like I'm not getting any grip on the nut, although it hasn't been stripped and both the tool and nut are in good shape. Does anyone know what the problem could be and how to fix it? I can still return the bass, but everything else about it is perfect and it is the second one I've ordered now (the first had a bent tuning peg), so I don't have much faith in ordering another. If it's fixable I wouldn't mind spending a bit of money on it. Thanks!