Hi guys. Has anyone any experience or advice of the following? I would really be very grateful! Recently I have discovered a problem with the neck on my 5 string Status fretless neck. Where I live suffers greatly from huge fluctuations in both temparature and humidity but I didn't expect it to affect my graphite necked basses! Basically, whereas before I could induce both a forward and a backward bow to my fretless, it is now neccessary to have the trussrod maxed in one dirrection to induce even the slightest of backward bows (concave). Last year there was a time when the trussrod needed to be in the neutral positon (practically undone) to remain straight and true with the minimum of curvature for the best action. Why would this suddenly change so drastically? I have undone the trussrod as much as I deem safe and tuned the bass to +3 semitones to try and induce a bow and see what happens....maybe it will return the other way so that the rod needs not to be so cranked, but the fear is that if this continues it will soon be impossible to adjust the neck if it bows forwards any more...... Any suggestions please?