#1
So I bought a guitar recently that needs a bit of work done, although it needed more than what I thought. The neck was up bowed/warped, bent forwards. So I went to take a look at the truss rod to find out it was just a screw with a bolt on it that looked like the top of a truss rod... what can I do to fix this? How can I check if there's even a truss rod in the neck?
#2
If there's even a truss rod clover to remove in the first place, then there has to be a truss rod there. Otherwise it wouldn't be called a truss rod cover.

What kind of tool do you need to adjust the truss rod? A hex allen wrench is by far the most common.

Read this article if you need to know how to adjust the truss rod properly.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/the_guide_to/truss_rod_tips.html
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