So, I got a used Fender/Roland GC-1 Stratocaster few days ago, which is basically standard Mexican Stratocaster with built-in Roland GK-3 pickup. According to the serial number the guitar was manufactured somewhere around 2012 or early 2013. The guitar sounds great and clearly close or even on the same level as few other American/Japanese Stratocasters that I own. But there is a problem - I noticed that I can feel the skunk stripe. When I touch it I can feel the horizontal seam between the neck itself (maple) and the skunk stripe (walnut?) only on one side (the side that you see from the top when you play on the guitar normally) from approximately 2nd to 8th frets, but it's hard to see it visually. On the other Stratocasters that I have the skunk stripe is very smooth and on the same level as rest of the neck so it doesn't feel different from the rest of the neck. I tried to press it, but I can't feel that it moves so it seems like it's some kind of finish problem maybe? Though when looking from certain angle it's sticking out a bit (maybe less than 1mm). When I play the guitar it's kind of annoying but I think that it's something that I can get used to. From what I read on the Internet, some people say that it's normal on some necks but it's strange that I never encountered it so far. My question is, how ****ed I am? Is it something that I should worry about or can I leave it as is? I'm attaching some pictures of the relevant area. Thanks.