Hey TB Brothers Man, did I screw up!! This is my first attempt at a building project; though it's actually only a parts bass. As some may know (because I occasionally mention it), I am blind. I mention this here because it is a factor in the troubles I'm already having with this project. Because of blindness, I do things a bit differently. Also, I really don't have what most would consider proper tools, but for various (unimportant) reasons, I'm doing much of this build myself anyway. After straightening up the neck pocket with sanding block/paper and elbow-grease, I used epoxy to join the neck to the pocket to hold it steady while I drilled screw holes. I got it aligned side-to-side just fine, but... Once everything was clamped in place, I checked all the joined surfaces for proper contact; all except where the clamp was preventing me access (G side, where there's no pocket wall). This was a spring clamp that was about 1" wide. Several hours later, I removed the clamp and realized it had been covering an ugly gap between the back of the heel and the front of the pocket. I used a thin probe and discovered that this gap prevented the last 2-1/2 inches or so of the neck from seating properly. For all practical purposes, that pocket is empty! Of course, I imeediately thought of how I could've done it differently and had virtual success, but AFAIK, it's too late now. So (finally) here's my question. Were I to find the least viscous CA glue available and seep it into that gap, I could fill up that empty space and have absolute contact between back of heel and front of pocket. Wouldn't that be better than the open air that is there now? I don't know how well CA transfers vibrations, but in this case, I know that air doesn't at all! I'd appreciate all advice/information from anybody. Thanks guys.