Recently I received a custom built bass that I took the plunged with and had banjoe frets installed. I think I love them yet there are several things happening that I am not sure which are natural to this type of fret and what might be symtoms of either poor fretwork or set-up. To make matters worse I also plunged into a bridge set-up, a massive wooden type that actually integrates into the bass body, that doesn't allow for the traditional adjustments one would find with the typical metal bridge. I am finding the action to be extremely low, which is part of what I wanted, and an almost fretless kind of string buzz so close to the fabled MWAAA of a fretless that the action and sound occasionally have me double checking the neck to make sure I am still playing on frets. My problem is that the buzz intensity varies from string to string, with the lighter strings a bit more than the heavier ones and a little variation depending on whether you are towards the nut or closer to the bridge. I am hoping that someone else out there has these on their bass and that maybe they experience a similar feeling as they adjusted both their ear and their technique to the smaller frets. Like I said I think I like it. I wish it was more even and if what I am experiencing doesn't jive with the experience others have had with these type of frets that would at least drive me to my local guitar tech for a more in depth look at the fret work. Just so you have all the info this is a seven string, 34" scale length Veillette MK-IV. Help from banjo fretters welcome. Ney sayers need not apply.