I recently built my first kit guitar (cheap tele style), and I seem to have made a mistake when attaching the neck. It sits slightly crooked in the pocket. If I remove the screws, I can easily put it into the right position where it sits square with the body. I'm wondering if any of the more experienced builders here can advise on the best way to correct this. These are my ideas so far: 1. Enlarge the holes in the body to get enough play to reposition the neck. They probably should be enlarged anyway because they grip the thread on the screws. 2. Use a shim 3. Fill holes and re-drill. I'm wondering if one of these approaches is better than the others? The neck is just slightly crooked enough to cause the strings to be a bit off from the bridge (maybe 3mm). As result, the low E lines up really close to the edge the neck while the high E has more space than it should. I don't have access to advanced tools, so I'd like to be able to fix this with my drill and hand tools. Any advice will be appreciated.