I'm buildling a Kawalek Octave. I've just finished putting the fretboard on, and discovered that it's a couple of degrees off of the centerline. At the neck, this means probably off by 0.01" or so, but by the tail, it's off by 0.15 or more. I haven't measured it, but at the tail, it's noticeable. Now, I know I could always just move my tailpiece over a bit. But the question is: should I remove the fretboard and straighten it?
If it matters, this build wouldn't get an A+. Maybe a B+. It's not ugly, but it was my first attempt at binding and purfling, among other things. So the next one will clearly be better. Maybe I should just leave it as is and move on?