Hi all, First time poster, long time lurker here.. I picked up my 2006 Gibson ES335 the other day, and was surprised to see a crack near its base. It looks like the top has separated slightly from the body (pictures attached, scroll below). Given the location, do you think the crack is a sign of a structural problem (that will worsen in the future)? Or is the crack merely cosmetic? My initial thoughts: I guess string tension can pull the top off an acoustic or a classical. But is this possible for an ES335, given that the top is glued to the centerblock as well? I'm a bedroom player and i've been extremely gentle with the ES335 so far, so i suspect 2 likely culprits: (a) humidity, because its warm where i am, or (b) slightly shoddy construction. Any ideas, anyone? I'm really hoping that this won't involve an expensive and complicated fix!