Kind of a nightmare scenario I discovered today. My Alembic Epic, which has been sitting around unused in the case for quite a while, has apparently suffered some fretboard shrinkage, and now both ends of the frets are sticking out; just a tad, but enough to be noticeable. I had heard about that sort of thing in happening humid climates (it doesn't get too much more humid than here in Cincinnati, unless you live in a rain forest), but I'm sure there's something I could have been doing to prevent it (but that's a moot point now, I don't think I realized this could happen when I bought it). Is this sort of thing expensive to fix? I was thinking about selling the bass, but now I'm afraid I wouldn't get as much as I want out of it in this condition; then again, I don't want to pump a lot of money into it if I'm not going to use it (it's getting too heavy for my lower back to take). Epic's probably aren't as easy to sell, since higher-end Alembics are more desirable, I'm sure. Any help out there for this idiot with a wounded Alembic?