it's not brand new anymore ok my brand new maple neck SR5 bit the dust and now there's a dent in the wood on the back of the neck behind the 3rd fret position.. its in a really bad spot I can feel it when ever I play. The dent is about 4mm long and maybe a mm or so deep... It's deep enough to be felt while playing... Has this happened to anyone and how did they repair it?? p l e a s e h e l p *EDIT* ok people... I dug deep on the net and found (actually on the EB forum) a post on how to fix dings on necks that don't have a coating (as in a laquer finish).. heres the post: I just did it on mine and it came up PERFECT!! As the guy said, just keep checking the dent after each press (I pressed the soldering iron on for about 3 seconds each time) and don't over do it... just do it with care. I 'touched' the dinged area with a tiny bit of 320 sandpaper afterwards and now its totally undetectable!!! Man, I'm SOOO relieved, and I don't even have to take it to a luthier now!