Hey Techs and Slingers, I have a PRS S2 Standard 24 with a stock trem system that has a resonance/ringing/quiet-damped rattling noise coming from somewhere, even when the strings are struck on the highest 24th fret. More info: The noise is not very loud, but does affect most/all notes played on the guitar, and this noise enters the amp, causing a fizzy/buzzy sound to ride over and in the amp's distortion. I installed dense padding into each of the trem springs when I first bought the guitar. Now, to eliminate further variables, I packed nitrile gloves between the springs while testing, so that they wouldn't move. The strings have no play time on them, they were installed this week. I always check the tuning hardware for tightness during every string change. I have a "Tremol-no" bar installed, which means I can lock the saddle block to the claw, disabling the trem/floating setup. I have placed a small square of fabric under the strings near the headstock, to help isolate the strings vibration. ANY IDEAS? I've never had a loose truss rod before, and the neck does have some normal relief. With the weather finally changing hard in my area, I am prepared to adjust the neck a little if needed. I have always done the setups on my guitar. Let me know how I can help to give the right info. Thanks.