I'm thinking of making an offer at a local music store for an American Original Telecaster. Its been there a long time and I might be able to swing a good discount. Its light as a feather and the neck is nice and chunky. Love the tone. The only thing that has me hesitating is the fact that the high e string is a tad too close to the fret board edge. Its not a crooked neck as the low e doesn't have enough room either to adjust the neck for more room on the high e. I dealt with this issue on another tele that I ended up selling. So I'm wondering if I go down this road again. I keep thinking maybe I just adjust my play style and try to avoid pulling the high e off the edge. Maybe I go from using 10's to 11's and it will help keep the string on the fretboard. I know with my Martins the e string is close to the edge but I use 13 - 56 and that heavier gauge never has issues. Can anyone comment if they have had issues with this particular model and the closeness of the e string to the edge and how you may have dealt with it.