Hello fellow Bassists, I have a Squier Affinity P-Bass from '01 that I really would like to customize. I have been posting questions on here this week about electronics and hardware. Thanks for all your input so far. I decided on a Badass II bridge (Thanks Jarrod Cunningham!) and DiMarzio DP 127s. It has also been defretted. Neck is varnished and looking classy. Now I have really wanted to enter the woodshop and do some subtle cutting and sculpting of the body. I am thinking a Jazz Bass lower body contour on the left side. Then thin the horns a LITTLE so they are more curvey and graceful and have a sanded, curved edge instead of the P Bass slab style. I was also thinking of shaping the bottom horn to point "off" a little like a Schecter Stiletto. I already have a Cherry Mahogany stain and it will look great on Alder. I plan to do this soon. I will definitely be measuring twice and cutting once. Also I plan to cut minimally at first so I don't take it too far or make it look to weird or radical. What kinda advice do you have to offer on sculpting a cheap old P bass body? Anybody been here before? Thanks!