So I've had my brand new G&L ASAT Classic, made in Indonesia, for about three weeks now. It played great right out of the box. I could feel a few fret ends, but nothing major. It has a very minimal satin finish on the neck and it's super smooth, I really like it, but it literally almost feels like an unfinished neck. This guitar has been living on a wall hanger in my music room for the past three weeks because I've been playing it a lot. A couple of nights ago I was playing and I felt a VERY sharp fret high up on the neck, literally an "ouch!" situation. Upon closer inspection, I noticed that my fingers were all sliced up! All of my fingers had multiple long shallow cuts across them between the knuckle and first joint, almost razor blade like. I'm surprised I didn't feel it more when it was happening, I've never experienced anything like it in 25 years of playing. I inspected the frets and I believe they've sprouted badly over the course of the three weeks it's been on the wall. Our humidity has been very low and I've had windows open so it tends to get pretty low inside during the afternoon and then rise up to something more acceptable at night. I've never had a guitar sprout so badly so quickly and I think it's due to the frets not being perfect to begin with and the nearly unfinished neck shrinking quickly under these low humidity conditions. Anyway, I've banished the new ASAT to the basement to think about what it's done! I'll check it out after it re-hydrates and decide if I want to take a file to the frets.