So I'm finshing the project guitar my buddy started. Everything is rounted and drilled already, but I noticed that the string-thru holes were too close to the bridge holes, so I plugged them and moved them back. Then I noticed that the bridge holes are even with each other. I got to looking at other TOM style guitars at my house, and every one of them has the treble side father toward the neck than the bass side. This guitar has them at the same spot. I can't move the treble hole any closer because of the pickup routing, it's a little too close already. If I move the bass hole back, then it's going to throw the scale length off, correct? Is it a big deal that they are even, or do they need to be offset? Suggestions please?