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I suppose you could try to plane the fretboard so it's level - i.e. parallel to the strings - but you'd still have to deal with the twist as far as playing feel, and the twist could (likely will) get worse. Straightening a twisted neck is problematical. Sounds like replacement time.
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Doc Jeffery , the guitar is an older Bullet series strat. made in China. I like it because it is very light and has a great sunburst finish. A new neck is not totally out of the question though it would need some setup work also,which I am not experienced at,ie. fret leveling etc. Any help would be great thanks.