any way to fix this?? its just s Epiphone 335 Pro VS, but I really like the way it looks, feels and sounds, but the neck may as well be mounted to a screen door hinge.. because its simply acting like a unwanted whammy bar of a neck - worst in my life!! usually the player can adjust to this but not this GUMBY .. Im sure It was sold because of this, $300.00 I bought it, and assumed all was well, and so I went on to crown and level frets and roll edges to perfection, adjust truss rod and action then I made a Bone nut with my latest Stew Mac scale and dial indicator tools.. it was a real player! even the pickups sounded good for now.. the Epi -PRO Burstbucker clones. I then aged all the parts and did some amber staining, so it looks like a closet mint never played aged vintage, the neck back is fat like the 60's - its one of the best 335's I could ever ask for... THEN DAut DA DA dut DAUGH!!! first GIG, and wolla!!.. neck was flexing and i could no way pay a chord IN TUNE no matter how soft I tried to coax it!!, so I put it on the work bench and maxed out the truss rod to the maximum tightness while still fretting properly! took it out to a gig again and - NO DICE! this guitar is a REJECT, Im sure thats why it was sold off on craigslist to ( ME) the big- dummy LOL I'd like to try to fix the thing even if it involves super ugly cures!! - because I'm not going to pass it off to someone else, I want to fix it or scrap it out,,, but fixing it would be my #! choice.. any ideas? steel rods or fiberglass etc?? I'm up for a crazy fix -- just to salvage it, cause I fell in love with it!!