I may have posted about this already about a year ago, but once again I'm having issues. I got my Bongo 6 a year ago from the classifieds here. When I got it the action was very high and since it was my very first high end instrument, I was too afraid to work on it myself, so I sent it to a shop an hour away to have it get set up. The guy who worked on it told me the neck had too much bow in it so he took out the truss rod and added some washers to it. I believe he also shimmed the neck on it, not too sure. The problem was fixed for a bit until the weather began wreaking havoc on the neck. This Bongo has a seriously touchy neck. I like my string action low, but I've had to adjust it on a near regular basis, sometimes daily. Thankfully it has the easy access truss rod wheel but just now I maxed out the truss rod AGAIN. The bass is playable but the action just isn't where I want it to be. It's probably the 3rd or so time that I've maxed it out since owning it. I have some room still left on the saddles but the C string saddle is just about bottomed out. I've really run out of ideas and I am getting frustrated over not being able to get that super low action on an otherwise excellent instrument. WTH do I do? The strings I'm using are the only 6 string set EBMM sells. I tried talking to EBMM CS over it and the guy basically said I could fork over 500 bucks for a new neck. I'd really rather not do that. WTH do i do? Could it be due to a few very small chips on the paint of the back of the neck that reveals some of the wood? Should I go get it sealed? Should I add even more washers to the truss rod? Shim the neck again and deal with it? Should I save up all my cash and have a graphite neck made for it so it never shifts due to the weather ever again? TLDR: My Bongo 6's neck shifts if I breathe too hard on it, and now my truss rod is maxed out again. What can I do, and am I the only one with this problem?