This nice little Baby Taylor guitar came in for some setup work. The nut slots were too low causing buzzing at the first fret. Also the action was very high and couldn’t be make any lower at the saddle. Finally the truss rod was too loose leading to additional action height, and couldn’t be tightened without introducing fret buzz.
The solution? A fret level and reducing the height of the bridge, allowing the saddle and truss rod to be adjusted appropriately.