I joined the seven string family last year with a Schecter PT7, and currently waiting on my strandberg Boden Original to arrive. Now that I'm feeling more comfortable playing around with the setup on guitars, I've come across a fairly annoying issue - fret buzz on the low B and E. The truss rod is adjusted fine and I have a very low action on the rest of the strings, but the B+E are giving me trouble. Action on them is fairly high compared to the rest (tuned to B standard). One of the solutions I've thought off (which is a bit of a trade off) is going for higher gauge strings. Right now, I'm using 10-52+62. The guitar's scale is 26.5" I'm considering switching out the 52 for a 54, and the 62 for a 66. I figured: higher tension = less wobbling. Less wobbling = less fret buzz. Less fret buzz = lower action. Am I just being stupid and misunderstanding how this all works, or is it a plausible way to reduce buzz and in turn have lower action? I'm not looking for incredible sustain on those strings, obviously.