Hello Everyone! I'm 33 and took up guitar playing only a year ago. It was something I had thought about for a decade but never got around to it until recently. I think part of the reason is I didnt have a "nice" guitar that motivated me to pick it up and want to hold it and play it. I've always thought of a telecaster when I thought of an electric guitar and sure, other guitars can be prettier but there is something that appeals to me about the simple design and construction of a telecaster. So simple in fact that I think I can make one living in an apartment with no woodworking bench. I did have a few questions regarding tools. I was wondering if anyone knew of a tool or adapter one can use with a drill to get the effect of a drill press and ensure that the holes are being drilled perpendicular to the surface and straight. I do actually own a drill but considered buying a complete dremel kit as there seems to be a dremel bit or adapter for every thing. I also love teles with binding and wanted to pick up a router base for the dremel I saw on stewmac with the bit for the groove. Does anyone here build in this manner? Without a proper wood shop? I still have a lot to learn in terms of wiring electronics and setting intonation and more regarding making a build but I'm sure most everything I can think of has been discussed in the past and I plan in reading up quite a bit. I currently own a 72 Deluxe RI that I paid a shop for a pickup swap. My goal would be to build a couple more teles for myself, one with a dual humbucker setup such as my own but perhaps with TV Jones pickups, 24.75" and a bigsby like my second favorite guitar along with a '52 traditional spec. This would give me a nice stable to pick from. Currently just waiting on a body or 24.75 inch tele neck to catch my eye on the Bay but if anyone want to point me in a certain direction i'm all ears.