I followed a recent post about a Jazzmaster neck and reckon that the neck on mine is similarly afflicted. I bought mine new about 2012 just after I bought a Jag, and realised I just couldn't get the action down to match the Jag. I had just returned to playing after a long lay-off so wasn't exactly familiar with set-ups etc. The end result of all this was the JM hardly got played, as the necks on my Epiphone LP, Jag, and an Affinity Strat were all great, and every time I picked the JM up I just couldn't be bothered with it for long. Recently I decided to try and tackle the problem, and shimmed the neck with the good old top of the range credit card shim. Almost immediately I noticed a difference, although I had to raise the bridge quite a bit to cope with the new neck angle. However, after a week or so the strings started to buzz again. The bridge is sitting well up so I wasn't too keen to raise it much higher. I turned the truss rod the regulation quarter turn, and that worked for another few days. Since then I have had to keep turning the truss rod, and I reckon it must be quite near the limit of its travel. Same thing happens all the time, and I took the 11s off it and put on balanced tension 10s. The 10s seem to have eased the problem slightly, but I fear that I'm going to need to replace the neck. For some reason the neck on my VMJM seems to be made of very flexible timber and it is very easy to bend the neck backwards towards my body when I'm playing it. No other guitar I've ever owned has had a neck like it, with so much flexibility. I would try and attach photos but my mobile (cell) phone is crap with photos, and in any case there is no visible clue (to me) as to what is actually wrong. I suspect the neck is very slightly slightly twisted in a clockwise direction, in which case I think it's new neck time. I'll possibly try the neck off my Affinity Strat and if that does the trick I'll get a new neck. I've heard so many great things about these VMJMs, and I'd like to be able to spend more time playing mine rather than cursing it. I've recently gone down the Gretsch road, and find that the necks on those are far more stable than on any Squier. They too are made in China and Indonesia, but it seems different trees must be involved in their construction. Does anybody know whether this is a particular issue with the 2102 Made in Indonesia VMJM, or have I just been unlucky? It's still the same as it came brand new out of the box, except for the shim.