I recently got a Squier VM Jaguar. I like it but it does suffer from neck dive, so I've crafted my own extender (inspired by this: http://www.talkbass.com/threads/homebrew-g-l-asat-strap-button-extender.994333/). By the way, preliminary tests show this works great and the bass now hangs just how I want it to hang. Here's my question. I made the extender from 1/8 inch aluminum. It sits on top of the neck plate, meaning the neck mounting screws are now an 1/8 of an inch shallower in the neck than before. Is this a problem? I've tried three hardware stores looking for a replacement screw that's an eighth longer with no luck, and in fact can't even find a screw with the exact same thread spacing as the original. Should I: a) just use the original screws. It's only two of the four that will be shallower, and an eighth of an inch isn't enough to worry about. b) use replacements that would go about an eighth of an inch deeper into the neck and have slightly different threads (essentially cutting new "threads" in the neck; don't know if the extra length is a problem). c) use the replacement screws but trim the length slightly so they don't go any deeper into the neck. Any advice?