There is a new/never used bass, but old stock at GC back east. It's exactly what I'm looking for (ESP B-155 in blue), but the GC repair tech says the first three frets are high, due to it hanging on the wall for too long. He says he sees it all the time, and that the correct repair would be to remove the frets, shave it down, and re-fret. That cost would exceed the new cost of the bass. But I've got time and tools and love a good deal. If I got it cheap enough, am I asking for problems to do the work myself? Mostly I'm wondering that if I stop hanging it on the wall, will it warp back a little, after I do the work?