Hi folks, OK, let's start off by stating this: Warmoth, Allparts, Hefner, etc. etc. If you are reading this: I KNOW! I will get one of your bodies next time! But this is a project bass, and I was able to get a swamp ash (supposedly, it's painted, I have no idea!) for peanuts. It even came loaded with the highest quality low-quality hardware available. Sweet. (Stripped all that out....) Anyway, as I would suspect, the neck pocket is too tight for the Mighty Mite neck I purchased. (Yes, I know how to search the forums! Nothing really fully matched my issue, really.) Basically, the pocket is like, maybe an 1/8" to 3/16" too narrow. Sanding the pocket just won't do here. At the moment, I have fairly limited tools, trying to change that! Piece by piece I have what most homeowner dads would likely have, nothing special. No router yet. No Dremel-like tool yet. Coming soon. I DO have a jigsaw though (I know, all you professional luthiers just shuddered....) And perhaps rightfully so. Or do I have the wrong idea after all? I mean, it's a fairly significant amount of wood that has to come out. I could also fine-sand it thereafter. Oh, BTW: No need to return the body, I got it for a song. I definitely like the neck, as well. This is a project, and this is, in general, exactly what I was looking for. If it was a snap-and-go project, everything worked out perfectly, I wouldn't learn a flippin' thing. This is fine. But unfortunately, I bother y'all with this noob question lol. Anything you might suggest otherwise? Wait for at least a Genuine copy Dremel tool? Or the best $22 Harbor Freight trim router money can buy? Thanks for any and all input! Sean PS. I DO want to build more basses, turn up the quality a bit, acquire more and better tools for the operation...get into painting, etc. We all start somewhere! Thanks again!!