Am I the only one? I have had at least 6 Fender style necks go south on me over the years. The most recent was yesterday. What was, a very nice 2012 Fender MIM maple P Special neck. When I bought it, used, last year, it was very stiff and needed almost no truss rod. I have played it quite a bit. It has been in the closet for most of the last month. Took it out in the morning, everything seemed normal. Played it a bit. Came back at night and the neck had changed dramatically. It just bent at the 13 the fret. Not a little, but a lot. Maybe 2 degrees. It raised the action from normal about 5/32 to 3/8 plus and the neck is dead straight on either side of the kink, front to back. I do live in NYC and the apartment environment does go through pretty severe humidity changes throughout the year. But is has been a fairly warm year, so not the worst. Today in the house it is about 35%. Is this just crappy wood, green? Am I doing something wrong? I did try heat on another similar beater neck to unbend a kink. It seemed to work, but I don't have a good bench to really brace the neck properly when applying the heat. So on that test it straightened the bend, but left the neck a little wavy. Maybe I have a curse. In the 90s, I had two carbon Modulus necks warp. I am the reason they added truss rods to their necks after that. Sorry, for those that are convinced carbon "will never warp". I was in a colder climate and I think the temp changes going to and from gigs did them in.