I am looking to replace my existing guitar with one with lower action. I went to the a guitar shop today and played every cheap classical they had that didn‘t have a cutaway or pickups (about 6 models). I play a Yamaha CG142S, CG162S and C, a CG192S, an Alhambra 5P and some other Spanish named guitar that I had never heard of, but which was the most expensive, at about 600 bucks. Every one of them, literally everyone, buzzed when I fretted at the 2nd fret on the D string. When I had to fret with just one finger, up close to the fret itself, it was fine, but as soon as I had to move my second finger over to make room for my third finger to fret the G string on the second fret as well, it buzzed. Didn‘t matter what I did, I could press the D string all the way down to the fingerboard and it would still buzz. My 3rd finger was not interfering with the D string, so it’s kind of a mystery to me. I enjoyed the sound of most of the guitars, and the action on many was lower than my current guitar, so they felt nicer to play. But i was shocked to find that all of them buzzed like that. They also buzzed on the fourth fret with similar fingerings. Is it just that common that guitars below 500 bucks will have buzzing? It just doesn‘t seem possible. I‘m going to go to a different guitar shop Friday and try all the guitars they have for under 700 bucks and see if it‘s any different. All I want is a cheap guitar, with low action and good build quality and no buzzing. For this I am willing to sacrifice tone/sound. I will be buying a nice guitar once I have been playing long enough to be sure CTS doesn‘t come back. Any thoughts?