40 year old carved bass: Top warp
I've tried finding info on warped tops, but haven't had as much luck as I would have liked.
I live in Canada, so we are in the midst of our cruel and unforgiving winter!
After finishing a move to a new apartment, I've noticed my bass has some slight warping on the top. One side appears to have a bit more of a pronounced curve to it, while the other side is flatter (not sunken)
I think it's always been there, it also looks like the bridge has been fitted to the shape... it might just be more noticeable in room it's in now.
Is this a problem? Is it something that tends to happen to older basses? Is there a remedy and if there is should I take it to the luthier asap?
Thanks for any help/ responses!
"They'll judge me anyways... so it's whateva"
Giovanni Bottesini-2008 ಠ_ಠ