Started my next build. I had a nice piece for a neck left over from my six string build here http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f57/six-string-neck-through-bass-build-878208/ So that is where I started. My first good bass was a jazz bass, and I have loved the look of the Aerodyne jazzes with the binding on the top since they came out, so that is what I decided to build. It was high time I had a four string back in the stable after playing nothing but fivers for the last 25 years too. Unlike a Fender Aerodyne though, this will be neck through, and 24 fret. I'm going to paint the front of the body and headstock black like an Aerodyne, but the back I will leave clear so you can see the five purple heart stringers in the neck. I ordered a piece of basswood for the body, so I am using the same wood Fender used on the Aerodyne. While I waited for all the hardware and wood for the body to be delivered I started on the neck. I started with a squared side on my neck blank and transfered the headstock pattern after laying out for the nut, bridge, and pickups. Then I rough cut the neck and headstock shape and started shaping it. I also glued a maple cap on the headstock, drilled the holes for the tuners and put in the slot for the trussrod. That pretty much covers the first couple of days. More to come.