I am getting used to the attack and sound of ebony on one of my fretlesses... a J neck from USACG. This is it's first summer of life, and it's raining a ton here in Colorado. This climate is an outright bitch on wood. Any change, and your poor dried out neck is going to feel it. Anyway, I am adjusting this neck a lot this summer- more so than any of my fretlesses, or fretted basses. And it's beginning to occur to me that I always have to tweak my Taylor acoustic (much more than any electric or acoustic six string I own. The connection here, is that the Taylor and this awesome USACG neck both have ebony boards. Granted, I run extremely low action on all fifteen or so of my axes, so all changes are felt or heard). But Before I collect more ebony boards, or contemplate a lifetime of tweaking this Jay neck, I wonder: do CA GLUE(superglue) and or EPOXY or POLYESTER RESIN significantly stabilize ebony, shutting it out from moisture changes? The answer might seem obvious, but, really I'm no chemist, and it might not do what seems obvious...these materials might "breathe." Anyone here know? I hate to coat ebony, but I hate constant neck adjustments even more. (Yes, the assumption is that the ebony board is moving due to changing humidity, not so much the maple neck). Worse than the constant adjustments, it's one day, this or that note is buzzy crap, and the next day or week, this one's ok, but these three are gone. Makes it damned hard to totally bond with an otherwise great fretless. Thanks!