Hey folks, I'm puting an 13 degree (or so) angled headstock on my current project, built the way warmoth does it (I believe it is called a scarf joint?) anyways, I was wondering if I put a thin accent wood between the headstock wood, and the neck wood, would it compromise the structual integrety of the neck joint at all? I hope what I'm trying to say makes sense, I've got a image I'll attach which may help clear things up, basically I am thinking of puting a 1/16th inch thick piece of maple where the arrow is pointing in the headstock joint. it would be between the neck which is a 9 piece lamanate wenge/bubinga/maple, and the headstock which is walnut. any help would be appreciated. Thanks!