Here's the situation - i built a couple of parts-casters a year or two ago (a s-type and a t-type). I don't love them and i'm wondering if i should break them up, sell the parts and start again, or if i should start trying to sub parts in to fix the problems. The tele is the one i really want to love, the problem is that the guitar is neck heavy and constantly dips towards the headstock (it's a pretty light swamp-ash body from MJT. I tried moving the endpin around to offset the balance issue but it just continues to dip. I have a strap that has enough friction to keep it in place but it just sort of bears down on my shoulder - unlike other guitars that i have. So i'm wondering... should i try to figure out a different neck and start subbing necks in on this one, or should i cut and run? The parts caster thing isn't something i'm necessarily drawn to - this is a big part of the problem too. I scratched the itch and i don't think it's something that's going to stick. The strat is just plain heavy. heavy body, heavy neck, i don't think i enjoy playing a strat? - it feels like a 70's les paul weight-wise. So i'm at this crossroads of pursuing a telecaster neck, or selling off all of this stuff, eating the loss and treating it as a coupon towards a factory guitar. I'm sure some of you have been in a similar position, what'd you do?