In 1989 I received as a gift a new Spector (yes, Kramer era)Cherry red NS-2 neck-thru w/black hardware. My benefactor never gave me any documentation on the guitar, and being as I was on the road and living a less "regimented" lifestyle, I never thought to inquire...The bass has no serial # anywhere on it. I don't suppose there is a way to find one without the docs, right? Also, after 14 years of blissful ownership I've found that the neck is slowly twisting from about halfway up to the nut. After closer scrutiny I found that the grain on the neck is slightly diagonal against it. The grain of the rosewood fretboard is also not straight up the neck. I'm assuming the worst, but I have to ask here; Is there a remedy short of sawing the neck off and installing a bolt-on? The bass still plays well, for now at least, but this twist wasn't there a few years ago. The first Spector (NS-2) I ever played had the serial # 00017 and I've never played such a marvelous instrument. A friend who manages a large music store in Colorado tells me that if I can find the serial # on this one I may have warranty coverage, even after all this time. I doubt it, but would like to find out for sure... Thanks for any help.