Hello to all. I just bought an SX PJ62 bass so mod out. I grew quite tired of the thin, weak stock strings and decided to restring it. It came stock with a relatively high action. Upon restringing it with 45-105 gauge strings, I noticed the neck had become completely bowed, with a much higher action than it came stock. So I decided to tighten the truss rod (using the instructions in the "sticky" up top). Upon tightening, the action was still quite high, and if brought down, the G string would buzz uncontrollably at the 7th fret, stop buzzing after, then buzz again at the 12th fret. The D and A strings can be brought down a bit, but not much before fretbuzz. When I brought the E string down, it clunks and sounds quite dead. So I loosened the trussrod and the result of that was a noticeably bowed neck and the frets seem to buzz much more than before (when it was stock), even though the action is probably higher. Lowering action at this point isn't even an option. Relief is pretty low, can't quite fit a credit card under there, and it seems like no matter how loose the trussrod is and how bowed the neck is, the relief won't change.. I am not that experienced at this, learning as I go along, so please don't harangue ! What could I be doing wrong? What can I do to fix it? Need more data? Or should I just fork over 50 bucks for a luthier to handle it for me...? Thanks fellas!