I knew the Tele Bigsby B16 could be a beast to tackle but had no idea it could be this frustrating. For the most part, installation went rather well. I just followed a YouTube video showing the steps to putting it on. Mine isn’t a perfect fit by any means but it’s close. The real headache has come down to setup. Putting in the neck shim for proper neck angle was simple enough. However, in order to play anything above the 12th fret, the bridge has to be raised as high as possible. Otherwise they’re just dead notes making a “plink plink” sound when played. Heck, the bridge is damn near falling off the bridge posts. It’s THAT high! Even then, notes on those upper frets still buzz like hell. I’ve tried giving the neck some relief to no avail. I really don’t think the frets up there are unnaturally higher than anywhere else on the neck but clearly the strings are making contact there. I have no idea what to do short of taking it in for a professional setup. That’d be the easy thing to do but I really wanted to finish this guitar entirely on my own. Can anyone offer any tips or advice?