So I have a problem, I bought a Squier VM fretless Jazz in January, noticed buzzing in September that gradually got worse (couldn't even play the lower notes in Roxanne), took it in to get set-up, where I was informed the neck was warped. There was no buzzing anywhere and played great when I bought it, so I don't think it was warped when I bought it, the warp is where the 16-20th frets would be if it had any on the A & E strings. I'm wondering how this happened, was it the weather? It's like -30 in January, I changed it from rounds (nickel Rotos, I believe) to flats (Chromes) in July, when it's like 30-35 degrees. I think I should've had it adjusted when I put the flats on. It was crazy hot here this summer. Was it the strings? Was the bass itself? I've heard lots of complaints about these, I can vouch for some fingerboards not being completely flat, with "bumps" where the lines are, it also has an ebonol fretboard. I've had it outside three times since I got it btw. I absolutely love playing fretless, so I obviously need another. Not sure what to do though. Do fretless necks need lots of TLC? Would a humidifier/de-humidifier help or make it worse? I don't want to invest a lot of money into another fretless if it's just gonna end up with a warped neck. Would a neck from Status-Graphite warp? I've heard they're quite stable and resilient to weather changes.