#2
hold first and last fret down on low E and measure the gap at the 8th fret it should be about the width of 2 playing cards
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#3
The action is usually the telltale.

but seriously - put your face by the bridge and look down at your neck with one eye. Pay particular attention to any bending from the 12th-1st fret. If you wanna get techie, use a millimeter ruler and measuer all your string spacing.
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#4
If you notice any buzzing from certain notes, it usually means you have a problem with your neck. Major temperature differences are really bad for guitars. Avoid going from extreme to the other extreme....really warm to very cold etc., this can really make your neck twist and warp.
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#5
I think I may have a bit of a bend. I'll take it to a guitar tech to see what they can do. I don't really want to, as I can't really afford to, but I'd rather let someone who knows what they're doing look at it rather than me mess it up.