I have a great fingerboard that's about 5 years old, and it's a big fat slab of ebony. When it was mounted, I loved it the way it was and it has never been sanded or altered. Well, my technique has changed over the years, and now I'm wondering if there's too much camber. I'm a jazz player, and never bow. Can you have a "zero" camber fingerboard? I asked Brian Bromberg once and he said his was completely flat with no camber, but that could just be a general description or something his luthier told him. So I'm curious. Are there jazz basses set up with absolutely flat, no camber fingerboards. I'm looking for lowest action with maximum clearance for my right hand. Right now, my strings are lower at the bridge end than they are in the middle. I know my camber isn't extreme, but do you really need any if you are not bowing? Thanks.