I have a strat partsocaster with a neck from musikraft, and a guitar mill body. The problem is that either the neck is too thick, or the body is too thick at the joint. It works out that if I have the action on the bridge adjusted to the highest setting, it is perfect! But the problem is that this creates a huge break angle for the strings at the saddle, so I break strings like crazy unless I do the SRV trick where you put wire insulation around the string to protect it at the break angle. I don't really break strings too badly with the SRV fix, but still more than I would regularly on a strat. Also the guitar feels stiff, but I switched to 10's for this guitar and it feels better with them. I was thinking that I could use a belt sander to take just a bit off of the neck at the joint to get the thickness right. I dont want to ruin it though, as it works like it is. I would just rather use 11's like on my other guitars and not break strings so badly. It this a stupid idea? Suggestions for the best fix for this?