May I suggest another solution. Use the standard roundover bit to the corners, then when the bearing gets in the way, switch to a bit of the same radius that has no bearing. It would be test to use an edge guide or template guide and template guide to avoid cutting into the body of the neck. Depending on the source these bits are known as radius grooving or point cutting roundover bits. but they all look like the picture below and are generally used to cut internal grooves, not edge roundovers. I know these its with a 1/4 inch radius are sold by Amana and, for a few $ less, by MLCS
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