Having a guitar setup that is going to require heating to adjust a pretty significant bow. Will this be a permanent solution?
I've only seen a few repairs where the neck or the top was bent back to straight. They all looked good when they got back from the shop, but the repairs failed within a year. Acoustic guitars that is.
Good luck widdit.
You'll have the best chance for success with a slab board or any separate fingerboard/neck as opposed to a all one piece maple neck because the heat will slip the fingerboard glue joint and reset when cool.Thanks for all the comments. It is a slab board strat neck so I am hoping for the best!