I swear, I did not want to start another thread while I'm already working on one. But then I saw the new TB layout and...... my-oh-my!! The much awaited 'UPLOAD FILES' option?? Must. Abuse. Now. OK. This is one of two basses I recently built for a shop in Singapore. BTW, a great place owned and run buy a super nice guy who's so very competent. He's got to be. He's surrounded by the Who's Who in the bass building world. Yes. Intimidating. Very. Check them out on FB - Bassfreq So, specs: 5 strings, 34", 24 frets. - Lightly chambered African Mahogany body. - Mediterranean Olive wood top. From Cyprus to be exact. - Matching headstock plate and fret inlays. - Wenge/Ebony/Wenge/Ebony/Wenge neck with accent lines. - Wenge headstock back plate. - Gabon Ebony board. - Evo frets - Nordstrand Dual Coil p-ups - Nordstrand 3 bands preamp with mfsw Weight target. 7lbs Those familiar with my builds will recognize the Constellation Chambers ™®©∞. I am often asked why I do this instead of the usual way. Mmm... for one, not doing it the usual way alone is already good enough a reason for me. And it's fun. Fun is a good thing when we work, right? Here's the first block inlays. It's OK. Kinda getting bored with blocks though. Olive top glued on, rough contour done. I'll stop here or the post might become too heavy to load. I will carry on posting pictures until it's done. Or until dinner is ready. See ya in a minute. ps: the 'upload files' option works very very well indeed Thank you TB. I can sleep without Photobucket induced nightmares.