1 MattEyde 3 months ago Hello everyone,I recently bought a 2015 6120SH Brian Setzer Hot Rod model that was a wall hanger in need of a new home. I polished it up, and put on new strings and made a few minor adjustments - the guitar was setup to Gretsch specs (.008 neck relief at the 8th fret and 4/64" string height at the 12th fret.) When I bought the guitar, the owner mentioned a little bit of buzzing which I correctly diagnosed as being the bridge and he even suggested I look into Tru-Arc bridges as a replacement. I played it for a few weeks until the buzzing drove me crazy and ended up buying a Tru-Arc Serpentune bridge and installed it yesterday. I had to lower the posts to get the action back to 4/64" and the neck relief is still set the same, but now there are some unwanted string noises occurring between the bridge and the Bigsby. I sent an email to Tim Harman asking for advice, but I wanted to see if anyone here had any suggestions/opinions. I am able to make the noises go away with rubber grommets/foam, but is there a more elegant solution? I've been doing setups on my Strats for years, but this is my first Gretsch. Any advice is greatly appreciated!