I was just browsing through some bass manufacturers websites (www.basslinks.nl is fun like that) and I just sorta noticed something: Neuser is about the only company I've seen do a beveled headstock. Everyone has different outlines, but there's still that straight edge all around the headstock. Maybe some others do it, but I can't think ov any of them. I've seen a few Le Fay headstocks that are beveled, but those are just the string anchors (what with the headless tuners and all). Is there any particular reason for this? Structural, etc? Or just one of those aesthetic standard things?