I usually don't post anything on TB, I just read,but I've come across a little problem I could use some help with. So I buy this bass from Samash.com that's closing out for $75. I get the bass, and it's a great deal for the money, but I noticed the neck is slightly bowed out (The opposite of how a neck should bow). So I attempt to adjust the truss rod. I turn it about 90 degress and let it sit for a day. The next day I attempt to adjust it again but it won't budge. I also noted that the neck didn't straighten out much form the 1/4 turn I had done the previous day. So stupid me, I attempted to force the truss rod to turn. This seems to have only jacked up the thread on my truss rod and effectively de-threaded it. Now I'm wondering why the truss rod is so hard to turn, and I'm wondering if anyone knows of a way to re-thread the truss rod so I can use some object... either an allen wrench or a screw driver or something, to turn it. Some other things to note... The bass is a neck-through. The truss rod is (obviously) adjusted at the nut. The neck apears to be 5 piece mahogany (3 pieces) and maple (2 pieces) with a rosewood fretboard. Thanks in advance!