Hi Guys, Long time, no post. I'm just getting to the finishing stages with my Strat/Les Paul Special/Offset build and with Squier tele neck (see below). It's almost exactly what I think a perfect guitar can be. However, one thing I miss from my Gibson style guitars is an angled headstock. My plan is to design in AutoCAD a tele style neck (square heel, small headstock, 25.5" scale) and modify the design with a 14 degree headstock angle (or something like that) and a heel adjust truss rod to avoid weakening the nut area and being prone to breaking. My plan is to use laminated maple and -insert wood here- 1x pieces to create a blank 2-3" thick then cut out a one piece neck (minus fretboard). No skunk stripe, truss rod will be routed on top, fretboard glued over. Any thoughts on this endeavor? Tips? things to avoid? Encouragement?