To make a long story short, I have a truss rod that is unanchored beneath the fretboard. It's not broken; I can hear it spinning all down the neck. Well, I suppose it could be broken at the end, but in either event, I need it replaced. The problem is that I refuse to have any other fretboard on the bass other than the one that is currently on it. So what I need is someone who can pull the board, replace the rod, and reattach the original board in a functional status so that the appearance is as new. Normally, a different board wouldn't be such an issue, but the board is highly figured and directly matches the headstock so I'm not interested in a different one. The neck is sturdy enough that I haven't had to adjust the neck before now (which is why I didn't even know the truss rod had an issue until almost 2 years after the purchase). I have contacted the original luthier and he doesn't feel capable of the repair in the way I want it. He can do a new fingerboard or a new neck, but not the repair and keep the original fingerboard. Any suggestions?