Dear friends, While at New York last June, I bought a great looking Mexican Deluxe Players Strat in Crimson Red with mapple neck. I love the guitar and it plays real great. My only worry is that the High E string is too close to the edge of the neck and it becomes too easy to be pressed out of the fingerboard. Mind you, the edges of the frets are excellent to the degree that even if the string is outside the fingerboard, all notes play clean, something that is not the case on my other strat, an '91 American Standard, in which the string is at some distance from the edges. There is a picture of the same Mex. model (in transparent blue) in the fender site and it also shows the strings to be too close to the edge. Is this normal or is it a problem. Any ideas as to how this may be corrected without redrilling holes and modifying the guitar?