I have owned a EBMM Sterling classic for about 2 months. The first month I had it I had it setup and played it almost everyday. It never sat in the case for more then 2 days....the last 10 days I have been playing my jazz bass and it has sat on the floor or my living room in its case. When I took it out last night the E and A string was almost laying on the fretboard. unplayable till I raised the 2 saddles a little bit till it stopped buzzing when playing. I looked down the neck to see if the neck moved and it looked perfectly straight! anyway I played it for a couple hours then I was going to polish it before putting it away since my other jazz bass will be ready to pick up so I know I wont be playing that for a couple weeks....and when I was polishing I noticed the bridge and the tuner ears were starting to kinda pit and oxidize! Its winter here and so dry I leave a oasis humidifier in all my bass cases. I have all my basses stacked up on each other in their cases how can this one be oxidizing in such a dry climate. I am affraid for summer to come now when it gets humid! Is my Sterling going to be all rust then? Do all EBMM products do this? my jazz basses dont have any oxidation on them what so ever. Do saddles move on their own without the neck moving? or did the neck move and I didnt notice? It was just the E and A strings more the E string that was effected. Even when you looked at the 4 strings flat you could see the E was like way lower then the rest of the strings.