So I finally started working on my chambered alder/walnut tele project again after about 7 months of it just sitting there. I glued my top on over the weekend and think i may have messed up. My original plan was to rout for the neck, glue the neck in, and then glue the top on. My reason for doing it this way was because I wanted to use soap bar p90s and wanted them to set shy of the fretboard end by 1/8" or so. Well, since it had been sitting there for so long, I forgot about that and glued my top on without routing for or setting the neck (the neck isn't made yet), so now I'll need to rout through the top to accommodate my neck. My question is this-- should I just butt the neck pickup right against the fretboard end, make some rings to cover the gap, or use humbucker sized p90s with rings (gfs mean 90)?