First of all: Heat treating a neck?
Heat treating is actually somewhat misleading terminology since it's about softening the FB glue, resetting the FB in relation to the neck, and allowing the glue to cure again, in a support fixture of some sorts.
It's not about heat treating the wood itself.
The heat required will also soften the finish and other possible glue seams in the neck. Obviously.
Originally Posted by George Mann
Wow, they have greatly improved their website since my last visit IIRC.
The improved detail sure makes it tempting to try.
They even adress the need for an accurate pre-bend for non-adjustable TR instruments.
The cheap price makes one wonder about the longetivity of the "repair" though...
Unless they have invented some kind of new fixture/method they can manufacture in quantity and thus treat several instruments simultaneously.
Their terms are pretty safe for the customer though, and since they can't really make it any worse, a small price to pay for a try.