#2
The neck would warp? Slowly, at least.
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#4
The nut would spin inside your neck if that's where it broke. Or else it would just slowly give way to the string tension. Take it to a shop and have them see.
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just saw off your neck and see if it is snapped.

He did say hypothetically, probably a precautionary procedure
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#7
Ah, so you think you did break it then? I was wondering how that had turned out.

You can usually tell if your truss rod just seems to turn with no resistance. If you can't turn it, it's probably just sticky.
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#9
Yeah, it's probably just that mate.

If I were you, I'd get a tech to do the adjustments. They have insurance if they **** it up and will replace the neck. Make sure you mention it being sticky before letting him go to work though.
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