Hello all. Finally took my 50s baja to a shop for a professional set up. This was my first time so I don't exactly know what to expect. I took it in because despite my fiddling around with saddle heights, relief, etc, I couldn't get some of the string buzz to go away, despite having high action. Got the guitar back on Saturday and while the action is noticeably lower, and it seems to play better, there is still a fair amount of string buzzing, and on some strings that didn't buzz previously. I asked the guy if that was normal and would it come through on the amp. He said it shouldn't. I have noticed it coming through a bit, but not a crazy amount. I play my tele unplugged a lot because I have young kids and sometimes I just want to sit in front of the tv and practice chords quietly. However the string buzzing is kind of annoying. I had him put on a fresh set of NYXLs during the set-up, so it's not an old string issue, and the strings were 10s, which is what was on the guitar before, though that probably shouldn't matter so long as he set it up with the 10s, which I'm sure he did. Is it normal to have buzzing on an tele most of the time? I don't recall experiencing this a lot when trying guitars out in stores, but I am FAR from experienced. Also, the person who did the set up has been in business for a long time, has some pretty impressive local clients, and generally has a backlog of 10-14 days, so it isn't like it's my buddy in his basement doing this only once every couple of months.