Do threaded neck inserts reduce tuning problems associated with worn-out neck-hole screws? My neck pocket holes have been doweled and epoxied a few times. There is a play in the neck, and I am adjusting to lighter strings. I find I accidentally pull on the neck, and the strings go in and out of pitch. I am trying a lighter approach, but I was wondering if the threaded inserts would help reduce "play?" Well, earlier tonight at the end of my gig in frustration, I tossed my guitar up in the air behind me, and when I later picked it up, the neck was separated from the body almost, with the screws stripped away from the wood, only the strings holding it on. So I thought this is a good opportunity to learn something. Yes I know it's stupid to throw my guitar, I know. Thanks in advance!