So this week I am stopping by a local shop to pick up badly bowed maple neck 89' (I think) Korean Squier II. Its what I call a rescue bass a real mutt but it is all lonely hanging there and for $65 bucks the tuners (shaller) body ,pups ,bridge is worth that. I always heard the older maple Squier/Fender necks were tough as nails but this thing is 1/2" at the 12th fret! The tech there (a good one) said it adjusts but is bottomed out and he wont put any real work in it..is what it is. I have a love for Squiers the older the better and it called to me. I own 3 MIJ SQ's and a Vista MM so this is my first Korean although I have a nice E series Tele at home. So do I try to clamp it and add heat? Washers or what? I heard there is a place to send off badly bowed necks..any help there? i might just swap it out but its a nice piece of maple..or was..help? Ideas?