Hi. I am really experienced with the adjustment of string actions etc on several guitars but my 2017 Firebird T is giving me some headache...eventually you can help me.. I am using 010-046 strings, prefer to have the neck in a slight negative shape, a low height of the strings and the tailpiece ideally sitting flat on the body to have a bit more pressure on the strings. Although the neck is bent in a slight negative position, I have to set the bridge very high to avoid any buzzing of the strings. Therefore the string action is very high. Additionally I have to set the tailpiece very high to avoid the contact of the strings with the edge of the bridge. This causes very wobbling strings. I already tried to adjust bridge and tailpiece in several positions, the neck in a different way (more negative, less negative, straight) and I always gave the neck 4-5 days of time after the truss rod adjustment but somehow his guy makes me crazy... Do you (FB owners) have any recommendation, tips, hints for me? Eventually this has something to do with the new angled pick up - positions (thanks to the user jimmer_5 who posted this pic in another thread). As I can see the bridge needs to be set very high to avoid any contact of the strings with the PUs what causes a much higher action like on the former models. I don't mind having some buzzing strings here and there and I know that a neck-through type of guitar can be tricky and different to a set on-neck but somehow it must be possible to play a 2017 Gibson with a deeper string action and without buzzing on several frets... What do you think?