Sight it down the neck from nut to tail. Both sides. You'll be able to see if there is a twist. You may see the E side has a toch more relief than G side. Normal. More tension over there. You just don't want to see any twist in the neck.
Now you say it's setup perfectly with correct relief? Then it is good to go as long as there is no twist.
As for dehydrated wood like immigrant said, Poppycock. The maple should be dryer over time; that's desirable with maple. It will rapidly hydrate naturally to the ambient humidity. If it hasn't warped by now and you keep it at room temp, chances are it never will warp( twist). As for the rosewood,if present, if it isn't cracked it's ok. Just apply a little lemon oil or other board conditioner and it will be fine. It may be dry but rehydrating with oil is easy and again, no cracks, no worries.
Immigrant says: "Some fuzz be coo', some fuzz be trippin'."
Last edited by 96tbird : 07-06-2013 at 03:21 PM.