Hello, I have a 'pretty new' Spector NS2000/4 neck thru here, that I am having a couple problems with.. I'm planning on taking it in to a shop in the next couple weeks to get it set up, plus get a new volume pot for my bridge pickup, which has never worked since I recieved it.. I decided to finally try lowering the action about a week ago, which resulted in a rediculous ammount of buzzing.. After looking at the neck very carefully, I noticed it actually seems to be warping 'inward'.. I'm not sure if I recieved the bass like this, or if it just spontaniously happened, somehow.. I tightened the truss rod a little, although this helped with the buzzing, the neck still has a noticable 'bend' to it when looked at carefully...It's not even a big warp, but just knowing its there kinda bugs me.. My question is, could it be 'bad' for the bass to be used in this situation? I mean, if I loosen the strings and not use it, the neck I would assume, would go straight again..until ofcourse the strings are tightened.. I would try tightening the truss rod further.. but it really didnt seem to want to move anymore when I adjusted it last.. I REALLY do not want to **** this bass up...I already scratched the virgin headstock with an allen key when it was stuck in the truss rod nut, I had to pull it out with some force...RrrRRiiipPPppP!.........I still feel ill when I think about that moment... The flawless flesh of my spector being torn appart by none other than...my clumsy self with an allen key! ..Hey, can semi-deep scratches on high gloss be fixed? :| damn, man.. Anyway.. I'd just like to know if it should be safe to continue playing this bass until I can get it into a shop.. It is a neck thru, and I'd really like to be sure the neck will last.. This is basically the one and only instrument I have ever wanted, and now that I have it in my posession, I dont even know if its going to survive! Kind of a ****ty feeling if you ask me.. Thanks..