My Suhr 7 is rather unhappy with the 68 low B, and I'm trying to sort out why before taking it apart.
The other 6 strings are fine, the action is great and I have almost perfect relief in the neck. That said, the low B string chokes out from 12-24. I've tried tentatively raising the bridge quite a bit but that doesn't solve it, which leads me to think that it's either time for a small shim in the pocket or perhaps at the bass side of the nut.
Tech dudes: What should I try first? The guitar is plek'd and the fretwork is immaculate (and it was fine with whatever it shipped with.. a 58, iirc).
Buzz at the top of the neck usually makes me think either a high/partial high fret ( not likely here) or too much neck relief being compensated for by too low a bridge height. What's your relief like?
I mean, obviously I'll give this a look in 48 hours, too.