Hi folks, I'm new to the forum and new to Gretsch, with my recent acquisition of a Jet Baritone. I'm primarily a bass player, though I've been playing both it and guitar since about 1972. So far I'm really digging the new axe, and am finding it a nice way to bring melody down into a lower range. It seems to have come with D'Addario strings, and with the stock pickups it's surprisingly bright, though nowhere near as twinkly as my Strat (American Std, gold Lace Sensor p/us), at the same amp settings. Ringing tones, somber minor keys, everything I was hoping for. I was a bit surprised to see a few things. though: the front pickup was loose upon arrival, but easily fixed. The neck is flat as a pancake, but I'm getting string/fret buzz on the low B and D open strings (B-E-A-D-F#-B tuning) at the first fret. I' tried raising the strings, but went a full turn on the adjusters and it had no effect on the buzz. Haven't measured the string height yet, but it's reasonable, not super low. I'm thinking the nut might be cut a bit deep (at least for these strings), as the other strings don't buzz on the first fret. If anyone has any suggestions on this I'd love to hear them, because I hate replacing nuts and may just live with it for a while. I got the guitar from AMS, fwiw, and chose the silver one with the Bigsby because I've never owned a Bigsby before, but do have a black bass, so there was clearly a hole to fill.