Hey guys. Besides the usual seasonal trussrod adjustment. Does anyone experience needing to tweak weekly at times? Sometimes every couple of days? I'm talking about being out there giggng alot. Not the bass sitting in the house in the same environment. I'm very in tune to when the set-up changes on my bass. I can tell when it feels different quickly. So when I pull it out of the case and it feels different I always check it and see that it has changed. Then of course I make the trussrod tweak to get it back. Sometimes it can be a pain. But I notice it changing often. It's a maple neck with a birdseye board, graphite reinforcement with a tung oil finish on neck. I read somewhere and heard from some people where birdseye can be reactive to even slight changes in humidity/dryness. This would happen from expanding and contracting from the changes in moisture. Is this just the nature of the beast? Would a rosewood board be more stable? Maybe a poly type finish on the neck instead of tung oil for better sealing against the environment?