Hey, I'm in the process of building a template for a fender jazz bass and I've run into some issues. I got a set set of plans from mimf and the width of the nut is 1-3/4", the pocket is 4-3/16" long, 2-1/2" wide, and 11-16" deep. Also, the length from the bridge screws -> end of neck pocket is 15-1/4". While the length of the neck from heel to nut is 23-57/64 if that helps any. Isn't 1-3/4" a bit chunky for the width of the neck? I was thinking something around the lines of 1-1/2" but with these plans, wouldn't I have to modify the neck pocket and bring it down to less then 2-1/2"? Also, every other replacement neck or body for a jazz bass has a neck pocket slot that's less then 4" long and 5/8" deep. Are these plans safe to use? I'm building the neck, but depending on the time I might get a prefabbed body from Warmoth or Allparts. So if the dimensions aren't up to par, then I'm gonna be in a bind. The main question is: Can I use these plans? If so, can I take down the nut to 1-1/2" and still use the 2-1/2" (W) for the neck pocket? Also, the length of the neck pocket looks iffy. These plans are completely screwing with my head, so if someone can help that would be awesome!