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Those might serve as blanks for single pickup covers, perhaps?
Japanese Cedar is a very soft, fragrant wood. It may not be the best choice for a Tele top.
Wow, you picked a high difficulty guitar to build for a novice! Might I suggest you try a cheap Chinese LP kit first just to get the idea of what...
I'm not familiar with Mohawk, but have used Stew Mac, Behlen, and ReRanch with excellent results.
Give this site a try:
Sounds like you're best off making your own template.
You could try a tiny amount of filler.
I'd do the latter.
Tough one! Is it yours or a customer's?
Of course you can join them; you may need to strengthen the joint with some dowel pins.
Fret height should not make a difference - how did you check the tuning? Do you have a strobe tuner?
I say let the minor scratches be. Unless you have good polishing experience, chances are you'll make it worse.
A picture would be very helpful! Just to clarify: it's the bridge PICKUP cavity that you routed? Is it too far towards the neck or the bridge?
Spray it some scrap wood and compare it to the guitar.
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