Hi, I'm new here. I recently completed my first guitar build. It was a Telecaster and was fairly straightforward with templates (final writeup w/ pics here). I'd like to try something different, more custom, more challenging, and more Gibson-style-- humbuckers, a set neck, and maybe/probably a tune-a-matic bridge. Might as well try 24.75" scale too. I'm not much of a guitar player-- learning to play now! Since I have acquired some beautiful Koa wood (resawed into 3/8" thick pieces) and also acquired some 8/4 Walnut, I plan on doing a flat Koa-topped (on Walnut) guitar. I'll chamber out the Walnut for weight reduction. I have a custom body shape in mind that is sort of Tele-ish but with a rounded out horn. Telecaster neck itself was easy as I just followed a template, shaped the profile, and bolted it on! I'd like to try a set neck, and I might as well attempt an angled headstock as well. So I think this sort of sounds like a Les Paul Jr-like build, but with my own custom shape and a neck pickup. Does anyone have a printable neck template for a Gibson-style neck? I've found a lot of Les Paul and Les Paul Jr. plans, but nothing that appears to be a printable template for both the top profile and the side profile. I purchased Telecaster templates (out of MDF wood) from fleabay. I don't see much for Gibson, which means I'd ideally just find some printable plans. Have my local FedEx store print them, glue onto MDF wood and then carefully cut out. Seems I could either make the neck out of flat-sawn 8/4 Walnut (including the heal and a modest-angled headstock), or do a quartersawn laminate. Then I would use a top-profile template to pattern-route the neck shape as appears from the top. Any other suggestions?