Working on my latest build, got a nice piece of mahogany for the neck (first time using something other than box-store lumber), and a piece of bocote for the fretboard. Working on a more stylized headstock with a three-in-line tuner setup, on an angle so the strings come straight off the peg and across the nut and down the neck.
Got the headstock all set up and measured where the pegs would go at least four or five times. Drilled the holes...and damned if they're a different distance apart from each other. Like, a good half an inch difference between the first and second, and the second and third. ARGH.
Fortunately I was able to cut the headstock off and set up a new version with a reversed scarf joint. Seems to be working...but now I'm really thinking I just need to set up a template for tuning pegs.