I got the neck profile routed today. Although it isn’t a necessary step, I like to use the jig as opposed to simply carving a rough bandsawed surface. I like to have the same starting point for carving my facets each time. This makes it easier. I also put my own spin on @Freddy G neck tenon routing box. On this build, I chose to angle the tenon, instead of the mortise. After thinking awhile about the best way to go about this, I came up with a box with a 3* angled top. The neck goes in, face up, and clamps to the angled top of the box. The front of jig is 90* to the router table. Using this jig, I’ll be able to cut the cheeks and bottom of tenon a perfect 3* to the body mortise.