I bought a Warwick Corvette Standard 5-string in October 2000 from Riks Music in Knoxville and had it shipped to Tampa. I immediately had it professionally set up with new strings. The guitar had the wenge fret board with an ovangkol neck. About four months later, I again had the guitar set up and the tech noted a slight twist in the neck when he lowered the action a bit. He advised me to watch it to see if it got any worse. Playing wasnt affected. At that time I e-mailed Dana B. Goods (Warwick distributor) and told them about the problem. They told me at that time that if I would send the guitar to them, theyd evaluate it and replace the neck if necessary. About three weeks ago, I was about to have new strings put on and my tech said that I shouldnt bother because the neck had worsened. I packed the guitar up and sent it out to Rob at Dana B. Goods and he replaced my neck with a firmer all-wenge neck. This was all accomplished over my two-week vacation with no down time. Thought everyone might want to know about this warranty success story. Hats off to Dana B. Goods and Warwick for backing their product!