Hey guys, It's been 6 years since I last posted! Craaazy. Looking to get more involved in the bass scene again and definitely on TalkBass. Lots of knowledge and helpful people here! Here's what I've been building for the last couple of months, it's my first ever build so I don't think it's turned out TOO badly. My main points to improve on would be *properly* routing the pickups using a template instead of rushed guess work and taking more time to plane everything down so it fits like a glove. EDIT: Forgot to mention this was a hand tool build, I'm not fancy enough to own a bandsaw, circular saw or any of that stuff! I do have a router however. All sanding was done by hand. My hands hurt. General: Thru-Neck Multi-Scale 32" - 30.5" Total body length 18.5" Total bass length 41" String spacing @ nut 9.5mm String spacing @ bridge 15.5mm Neck width 23mm Body width 38mm Woods used: Ziricote cap/truss rod cover Mahogany body wings Laminate Maple/Purpleheart/Dyed Black Veneer neck Malaysian Ebony Fretboard (fretted myself) Hardware: Unbranded single string bridges (7) Unbranded black tuning pegs (7) Two EMG45DC's with the accompanying "plug and play pots" Strings: SR2000 Dean Markley 7 string set 0.20 - 0.130 (If memory serves me correctly) Still waiting for these to arrive. Other: Abalone fret and top fret markers. Black metal pot knobs although I'm making some nice Ebony ones for it soon. Polished using homemade Beeswax/Olive Oil polish. Let me know what you guys think and where I can improve! I really need to hoover my carpet.