Morning Everyone! I am new to forum and new to Gretsch, even though I have dreamed of owning one since I first saw Reverend Horton Heat in the mid-90s. Although I told myself I wasn't going to buy one until I was worthy (call it self accountability), I folded and recently bought a new Rad Rod from Guitar Center when I received a 10% coupon that didn't actually exclude Gretsch. I received the "New" guitar in a taped together Martin box with the guitar wrapped in bubble wrap. greasy hand prints and a lightly scratched pick guard to boot. It wasn't set up at all, so I did my best. Fast forward a week (giving it time to acclimate to the new environment). The low E and A string are producing pretty bad buzzing between the 3rd and 11th frets. I initially thought it was coming from the neck pickup after spending an hour with my ear on the guitar. I took it into Guitar Center locally and was told that it was fret buzz and that it was generally unavoidable in the "cheaper" manufactured Gretsch guitars and that they all have these issues. He did adjust it for about 30 minutes (small truss rod adjustment to give a bit more bow and some thicker ernie ball strings), which helped, but the A string is still buzzing. He also recommended that I purchase some humidity bags and a case to close it up in for a while. Any thoughts on whether I should accept this as the norm? Although, it is a "cheaper" Gretsch, I did pay three times that of my Yamaha acoustic that has zero fret buzz. I have about 30 more days to return it if necessary. Thank you in advance for your expertise!