Hello folks So, I got this Steinberg 5-string bass with a graphite neck, that belongs to my brother-in-law (is that how you write "Brother in law"?) It has got a terrible high action in the middle of the neck due to its terrible front-bow in the neck. The neck doesn't seem to have a truss rod, so the only thing that I can think of is to remove the neck from the body and clamp it down to put a back-bow on it. However, I heard some rumors that this method do NOT work on graphite necks. What is your experiences and thoughts about this? Has anyone ever managed to "salvage" a graphite neck with a front-bow, or not? However, I'm gonna clamp this neck down and give it a try. It might take a few days or a month, so lets see if this works or not... Cheers, "Bobby"