low e fret buzz!!!!
God knows you can't see a high fret. *I've tried and it's impossible. *You can check for one though. *Get something perfectly flat or straight that can sit on only 3 frets at a time. *You may need several to compromise for the changing lengths between frets. *You can sit this piece of whatever (I use a piece of metal that is triangular in shape, which lets me check 3 frets at any point on the neck) on 3 frets at one time, then very carefully try to rock it back and forth and see if it moves. *Doing this several times with adjacent frets can tell you if you have a high fret -- think about it. *Can you get me an action measurement? *Fret the low E at the first fret, then tell me your action at the 7th, 12th, and 17th frets in 64th's of an inch if possible.