Now I'm cross.
I spend an hour and a half on Sunday changing strings on my RG2550Z, getting it nicely in tune, giving the fingerboard a light drink of lemon oil and the sorry saga begins.
Checking the tuning yesterday after the strings had settled in a bit more lo and behold there is a slight, but audible and incredibly distracting/annoying buzz on the high E string.
So... I try changing the string a couple of times for fresh ones, check the top lock for grooves (nothing there), try raising the bridge a bit, more stretching, try adjusting the Zero point system and still there is that annoying buzz
Nope, it's not audible through an amp (or rather my Pocket POD - I have two children under 4...) but it's intrusive whenever an open top E comes up. It doesn't seem to harm sustain, or affect anything but this one note
The neck looks straight, I'm not trying to get an obscenely low action, the first fret looks well seated, no notches - I just can't see how I can cure this.
Any ideas before I sink cash into a pro setup? I'm sort of resigned to the idea that after two years it's part of the ongoing maintenance cost I'm going to have to bear, but I'd still rather save my cash for something worthwhile like beer!