If it doesn't bother you, leave it. If it bothers you and you know a good tech, have them replace the nut. If you are a DIY type of person, mask the neck wood and file down the part that is stiking out.
Excellent player and his feel is great. So many young players out there playing with speed and feel. Good stuff.
Matteo Mancuso is another fantastic player, mind blowing chops and advanced techniques. Inspirational players, for sure!
I'd suggest changing the amp sim from acoustic to black face. The sound will be less shrill. A compressor into a delay and a touch of reverb will give you a nice sound and feel.
Play with the guitar volume and tone knobs for extra tones.
I'm not a fan of any of the players that this is about, but that doesn't make me want to denigrate their playing. It's art, opinion only matters to the individual. Hawkin's opinion only matters to him and his sheeple. 'Click Bait' is friggin' annoying.
I have a modeller, it can get a really good tight high gain sound. I also have a Laney L5S. It sounds phenomenal for clean to heavy rock. Those bases are covered.
What I want is a low power amp for tight high gain metal. I have a 1x12 loaded with a Celestion Seventy 80, so a head would be...