Building a new neck (Warmoth) for my bolt on SG. Gonna use a Stetsbar trem. I've heard a few things regarding headstock shape and trems. Such as .. you want the strings (above the nut) to be as straight .. or "in line" as possible with the strings as they are on the neck. Like a LP headstock, the strings all pretty much align with the grooves on the nut. I guess this helps assure the strings stretch and contract evenly, holding a tune better. Of couse this is all hearsay as I wouldn't know. The neck on my SG currently has a Strat head. I'm not a traditionalist so things like SGs with Strat haeds are no trouble for me. I've grown to like the sound of the "tuners all on one side/bass string is longest string" philosophy. Mostly because I'd read/heard/been told that this setup was best for the tradtional Trower/Hendrix/SRV type tones. Not because I actually know any better (just thought I'd make it clear I'm no "guru"). So it seems I'm in a bit of a conflict. Thoughts? Thank you! And Merriest of Merries! Brian.