Hi there. Today as I was jamming, I noticed that the the small bolt holding the height adjustment on the neck pickup's treble side had backed out. On trying to thread it back in, I noticed that it didn't want to hold, as though something was stripped. Just for whatever it's worth, this is the 6 string model with the soapbar pickups. I've noticed on Warwick's 4 and 5 string Thumb Bolt Ons, the J style pickups use 4 bolts per unit, as opposed to 2 per unit with the 6 string. This shouldn't make a difference though if the thread tolerances (as mentioned below) are correct. I proceeded to remove the pickup and inspect the fasteners. There was no visible damage to the threads on the bolts, nor was there any visible damage to, or debris from the brass threaded inserts the bolts thread into. I did notice that the thread tolerance between the bolt and the brass insert at every location, not just the one in question, was extremely loose. Having plenty of experience with mechanical work, I have a good idea of how thread tolerances should feel, and this is not right to me. As a temporary fix, I've removed the spring on that side of the pickup, so it won't push the bolt out again. I am wondering if any other Warwick owners (or owners of other basses) have had the same experience, and if so how did you go about fixing it? I plan to visit Long and McQuade tomorrow and talk to them about it, but I wanted to hear from you guys in case there was something I should know or am missing. Thanks in advance for any help.