In the last months together with my father, who's a carpenter and a wood engraver (and a musician) we started building a guitar kind of just for the hell of it with a piece of cherrywood and it actually came off as a nice and working instrument even with Squier Affinity hardware and pickups, so it seems to me the next logical step would be building a bass, right? After toying with some designs I came up with this, which heavily drags inspiration from the pretty obscure Robin Jaybird (boy what a name) bass, by a japanese import company endorsed by Jimmy Vaughan among others, (which I used as a template in fact, using the only photo of that bass I could find online) and I think it looks pretty neat. The F-hole is going to be "fake", we're just gonna take off a little wood around its shape like 1 cm at most. It's gonna be fretless for sure, with stacked volumes, a r-way switch and a ToneStyler 10 tone control. Going in the direction of an EMG GZR p pickup, not entirely sure about the J. Can the GZR J get that sweet true single coil jaco-ish sound?