Okay, I am once again wondering about an idea I had, if anyone's tried it... Basically, I am rounding the neck on my first bass. So I got the top edge pretty much done (the rest will be rounded with sandpaper) and then started on the bottom edge. But I found that if I put the bass in playing position, the point where the neck is only about three-quarters of the way rounded (so it makes a D shape, but with one side larger) is very comfortable. Far more comfortable than a normal bass neck, for me anyways. I can imagine the following pros/cons: -There's more wood where the higher tension strings are -It's more comfortable -It's impossible to tell unless you look very carefully BUT -If the wood does warp, it might twist because if higher strength on one side -Could possibly mess with the tone or sustain, due to uneven mass underneath different strings (I have no idea if this is true or not) -It makes your wrist bend just a tiny bit more when you use a "clasical" grip (I don't, so it's not an issue.) Are there any companies (or small-time luthiers) which make asymetrical necks like this? And how much of the pros/cons are purely my overactive imagination, rather than actual risks or benefits? Oh, and don't even mention what it'll do to the truss rod. I've learned my lesson about mentioning those things on TB, but let's just say it's not an issue.