Last week I decided to add a new bass to the arsenal and was sadly disappointed with my purchase. I was in the mood to get a Jazz Bass and came across a G.LEE. model,I heard good things about it and decided to give a whirl. After playing the G.Lee I decided to barter w/ the salesman and see what i could get it for,so with that said I managed to get it for 520.00$ out the door. NOT BAD ! OR SO I THOUGHT So after taking the neck off the bass about 10 times(the adjustment is not at the top near the h/stock but at the bottom of the neck)I could not get the neck properly set,so I took it to my Tech. After noodling around w/ it for a while he took me aside and told me why the neck would not set-up correctly,It had a bow at the top and a bow at the botom,and unless i wanted to invest some cash into having some professional work done to it I would never get it playing like it should. Yes I could of set it with high action and lived w/ it,BUT I did'nt buy a new bass to end up with a lemon(and I also got 2 more opinions from trusted members of my music circle),the problem is the fact that it has an alder neck with a maple cap,and its not the perfect combo for strength So after some debating with the salesman he agreed to take it back but it was'nt without a fight,it seems that if you do a set-up on your own and not through them,it voids the warrenty,but I did'nt give,up and convinced him to see it my way. MY POINT ? I Dont Know,I just wanted to warn others to look carefully before buying a bass with an unusual neck combo.