So obviously righty-tighty, lefty-loosey applies when adjusting a truss rod at the headstock (aka, the top of the neck)...but what about a truss rod at the bottom of the fretboard (like on my Lakland basses)? If you turned a truss rod at the bottom of the fretboard righty-tighty looking from above it, wouldn't that be actually loosening it? Does this make sense? I'm trying to get into doing all my own setups, but this is a bit confusing to me. So, to tighten a truss rod regardless of whether you access it from the headstock or the bottom of the fretboard, you turn it to the right with the headstock as the "top" in your mind, correct? If that is right, it just feels like you're doing it backwards when you tighten a truss rod at the bottom of the fretboard, doesn't it? Sorry for how poorly worded this is. Hopefully you guys understand my confusion. Thanks.