Even very "innovative" basses and manufacturers tend to vary from the Fender P in 1 or 2 aspects, while still remaining very traditional in other aspects. I'm looking for the bass which puts together the MOST number of innovations/changes from the standard-issue Fender P. Post your bass photo, then use the checklist below. Each difference (either the bass has something different or it does not have that particular feature at all) nets you 1 point! Tally up and post your score! Construction - 5 points Mass Produced CNC Machined Modular (Parts bass) 34" Scale 4 Strings Body - 19 points Solid Body Ash or Alder Body Wood Body Multi-piece Body Body made out of only one species of wood Symmetric Shape Double Cutaway No Laminate Top Flat Top (except forearm contour) Flat Back (except tummy contour) Anodized Aluminium or Plastic Pickguard Bent-plate Bridge Non-locking Bridge Fixed String Width 19mm String Width Adjustable Intonation Adjustable Action Nitro or gloss Poly Finish Sunburst, Solid or Transparent Colours Neck - 24 points Bolt-On Wood screws used in Bolt-on 3 or 4 Bolts Maple Neck Wood Neck 1-Piece Neck One Truss Rod Single-Action Truss Rod No Reinforcement Maple or Rosewood Fretboard Wood Fretboard Non-angled Headstock String Retainer Open Gear Tuners Inline Tuners Fretted Parallel Frets / Same scale across all strings 20 Frets/Fret Positions Nickel-Silver Frets Plastic Nut Dots on Edge Dots on Fretboard Electronics - 12 points One Pickup Only Magnetic Pickup Humbucking Pickup Non-movable Pickup Passive Pickup Passive Volume Passive Tone Control No EQ Passive Output Mono Output No Shielding No Series-Parallel No Mute Switch Total points available is 60. If you think i missed out something or put something wrong, post up! And please, no hating!