I discovered something with my TV Jones Spectra... It is sad to say, but this guitar stays in the case and rarely gets played...Why? I am just not loving it's thinner neck...and I am also discovering that I prefer rosewood and maple boards to ebony. Needless to say, the guitar is otherwise amazing in every way: Frets, finish, tone, tuning....just a stellar instrument. I can't imagine a custom shop guitar being any better than this beauty....so....I figured I would post it to sell....but then noticed something that I have not noticed before....and I know I checked, when it was delivered less than a year ago. I felt a...scratch(I prayed) on the neck near the head stock.. As I further inspected, it looked more and more like a crack directly behind the top of the truss rod. I called my luthier and rushed it over. He reaffirmed my biggest fear, but also told me that because of the grain of the neck and it being maple, it would probably never change or affect anything unless dropped, of course. I never had the truss rod adjusted, or even changed the strings on it, yet somehow the neck got this hairline crack. I honestly dont believe it was sold to me this way, and now I feel like I am stuck with a guitar that was very expensive, and now worth nothing... Has anyone ever experienced something like this, and I don't mean a cracked neck from dropping it?