Well, yeah, it is a simple fix but there are a few things to consider. Finding the exact size washers is pret-near impossible. I went to a mom & pop hardware store and handed the guy the truss rod nut. Found brass washers the exact outside diameter but the inside hole was a little small. Fortunately brass is soft and was easily able to hold the washer in Visegrips and bore the hole wider with an 11/64" drill bit. Now, how do you get those small little washers to drop down exactly onto the truss rod that is almost an inch deep in the access socket? I put the 4 washers on a small hex screwdriver shaft. I then turned the neck upside down with the headstock down and put the head of the screwdriver on the top of the truss rod. Gently turning the neck back to upright, the washers slid down the screwdriver shaft and on to the truss rod shaft. Put the truss rod nut back on and she tightened down good. Still gonna take a few days of tightening to get the neck to where she won't bow forward under string tension. My only question is: Is it ever possible that a bass neck can be bowed beyond adjustment repair?