I was curious to know if anyone has had this issue with a Music Man neck, but the neck on my Sterling seems to be extremely sensitive to temperature. Having 10+ basses in the past I have not seen this happen before. A bit of backstory. I bought a used 2002 EBMM Sterling off of Reverb back in the fall, and it was certainly a player bass. Has a few dings and scratches, and ended up having a few loose wires and such. Anyway, I gave it to my good friend and luthier to look over, check out the bass and give it a set up. Cleaned the preamp, replaced the jack, re-soldered a few things that came loose and it was good to go. I got it back, and it sounded great, was reliable and the set up was perfect! I remember I used it at a gig the first weekend of Dec and it was great. Also remember I am in the eastern Mid-Atlantic, so we do get some extreme temp changes. January was cold. I mean freaking cold here in Delaware!! But the Sterling stayed in my office the whole time, in climate control and on a rack. later in Jan I tried using it at rehearsal and the action was jacked. The neck bowed forward and ended up being really high, like unplayable as it was hard to fret it high. Concerned, back to my Luthier it went who kept it a week, took the neck off and ran it through the paces. Neck and truss rod checked out fine, reset the action, and in the months since it's been good to go. In the last couple weeks, we have had some varying temps the other way. It was really hot for a while, and then it got cooler and stated to rain. I hooked up the Sterling and got a lot of fret buzz. Now the action is too low, and the strings are lying on the frets. So I am convinced that when the temp swings, the neck relief will shift fairly drastically and need a new setup, but is otherwise OK. But having several basses including Jazz, P, Warwick, Spector, Peavey, and Gibson, none have had this issue. In fact, my other bass a 2012 Gibson EB has been in the same climate and has not significantly shifted in neck relief in years. Is this an issue with the bass? Or just a reality I need to manage? Is this something that EBMM necks are unusually susceptible to? Or is this just this neck on this bass. Thanks.