Wasn't sure whether to post this here or in the tech section, but the outcome is the same. After 21 years I lost my Cobra killer (in reference to the Anderson Cobra). This one of a kind custom shop short-scale Schecter is one of the finest guitars I've ever owned or played. After a long life, today I discovered a backbow in the neck - a bad one. I knew the truss rod was already backed almost all the way out. I tried to resuscitate it anyway, to no avail. This neck is done and it ain't coming back. Why after 21 years, I don't know why it warped irreparably. I'm bummed. I really don't even know what to do with it. Without its original neck, it isn't the same guitar. It's achingly beautiful, so maybe I'll hang in on the wall decoratively and reminisce about healthier days. *SIGH* This sucks.