I've got a Schecter C7 here that's had a fret buzz problem for a while. It buzzes on the high e string on the 14th fret, it completely kills the note. The notes above and below it are fine and it's really only a problem on that one string and fret. This leads me to think the fret higher than it has lifted on the treble side.
I'm planning on hammering in the 15th fret as that's the one that should be causing the problem right? Is the correct way to use a piece of wood to protect the fret and then tap that with a hammer? I'm hoping if that's the problem then I can sort it in the next day or so.
I'd wait for Allen (AVH) to reply to this before taking a hammer to said fiddle.