Hi everybody, I have built a saga kit bass before but I am attempting my first real build by making a body for a Warmoth neck. This is my design: It is based on the Fender Bass VI shape with a different pickguard and slightly smaller, more proportional shoulders. The bass will have an african mahogany body, maple neck with indian rosewood fingerboard, DiMarzio model P/J set, Schaller BML Light tuners and an aluminium pickguard. I haven't decided on the bridge yet. Here is the mahogany for the body, after the initial milling: This picture shows the 32'' scale neck that I ordered from Warmoth and some of the other parts that I will be using: It was taken before I decided on using chrome hardware so the bridge and tuners will be different to the ones in the photo. The neck specs are as follows: -32'' scale -flatsawn maple neck -indian rosewood fingerboard -SSB Warhead headstock (no paddle choice on short and medium scale) -1-1/2'' (38mm) nut width -10'' radius -21 frets -6230 nickel fretwire -cream dots -black corian nut I will apply a tru-oil finish on both the neck and the body. I may stain the mahogany to get a slightly more brown color because it turned out to be a lot lighter than I expected from seeing its rough sawn stage. I do have a question for those more experienced than me. I am planning on planing the board down to 1.5'' for its final thickness. Would that be thick enough for a front routed body? Thank you and stay tuned.