Hi there. I recently acquired an Agile Epic 625. This one: https://www.rondomusic.com/product9786.html The neck is VERY nice. The baked maple fretboard is quite smooth but has that notorious sort of "felty" feel to it. I am not for sure if the neck is baked as well. It is satin finish and much darker than normal maple. So I guess it is too? Not for sure... Anyway, my only real complaint about the guitar is that there is a rather annoying ring that comes from the strings between the tuning pegs and the nut. So if I strum the open strings and then immediately mute them, there is a metallic ringing sound. This is heard even with the guitar unplugged, so it isn't a pickup issue. If I place my fingers across the strings in between the nut and tuning pegs, the sound completely disappears. So I have two questions: Do other owners of the Agile Epic 625 experience the same thing? Is there any fix that can be done to the guitar? (I don't want to place felt woven between the strings or those gaudy string dampeners from Gruv Gear.) I can only assume that it is an issue with the nut being either too loose or too tight and/or an issue with the angle from the nut to the tuning pegs. Nothing seems amiss, so I am curious if this is a design flaw that all Epic 625's have or if there's something wrong with mine. Thanks!