Hi All - This is admittedly my first winter as a bass player, so please forgive my ignorance.. Can the change in weather affect an instrument's action? It's just started to be cold on a regular basis where I live (Northern CA. - not that cold, but still a change). Was taking a close look at the action on both of my Ibanez basses tonight since they didn't feel quite right. The action is very low at the nut, but pretty high towards the bridge. So much so that on one of them, the string rings when I fret a note (creates a very dissonant double stop - has never happened before today). I think today may be the coldest of the year so far, and I assume the wood is reacting. Is this just a case of normal adjustments needed? If so - any good resources available to learn to do this on my own? I've seen the setup guide sticky, but that doesn't speak to Ibanez and I'm concerned I'll damage something. Although from what I understand I should be OK as long as I don't damage the 'trust' rod. Thanks all!